This event is part of Aber Robotics Week.

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This webinar will be discussing some of the free resources available to parents and educators for teaching and learning digital skills.

Leaning on her experience in developing workshops, lessons and classroom resources, Tally, an Outreach Officer at Aberystwyth University, will take you through her rapidly expanding online toolkit for delivery. Since the first COVID-19 lockdown was announced, many alternative teaching platforms were developed to help tackle the need to home-school entire classes, and even more to support parents.

We will discuss which of these platforms we have tested/adopted for teaching purposes and why. This webinar will include demonstrations of classrooms software, simulators, and online environments, that we have incorporated into teaching robotics, programming, electronics, and web development.

The webinar is free and open to everyone.

This event is hosted in association with the team at Aberystwyth University running their Robotics Week activities

About the speaker

Tally Roberts, Associate Lecturer: Science Outreach, Aberystwyth University

Tally is an Outreach Officer at Aberystwyth University. This role involves providing educational resources and workshops to children of all ages in Business, Computer Science, Information Studies, Mathematics, and Physics. Tally joined the University with qualified teacher status in secondary education.

Using her experience as a teacher, Tally is constantly on the look out for new ways Aberystwyth University can support teaching and learning in schools, in the community and at home. To find out more about the outreach services offered, please visit our Outreach Website.

Our events are for adults aged 16 years and over.

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This event is brought to you by:​ BCS Mid-Wales branch

Webinar: Digital skills online tools for Parents and Educators
Date and time
Friday 24 June, 6:30pm - 7:45pm

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