Announcement: FGA iPad “Language” webinar has been re-scheduled for April 9th (12PM-1PM)

Announcement: Due to circumstances beyond my control, I had to postpone the FGA iPad Language webinar that was offered earlier this week. I sincerely apologize for any inconvenience that may have caused.

When is the new date and time? The RECIT Regional Service is offering the FGA Language webinar on Tuesday, April 9th from 12PM to 1PM using the GoToMeeting platform.

What will be covered? In a nutshell, this one hour language webinar is designed to show you how the iPad is being used in actual FGA language classrooms and (hopefully!) spark some ideas on how you can adapt things for your students. This webinar applies to English, French, FSL, and Literacy level courses. If you like what you see, we can set up an appointment or videoconference to plan something specefic for your own classroom.

What do you need? Are you a FGA teacher or administrator? If so, all you need to attend is a computer (or iPad app) and an hour of time. If connecting by computer, a microphone is optional and a webcam is not necessary. To help me keep track of attendance and invitations, you must confirm your attendance by filling out the updated registration form. Please let me know if you have any questions before then. Hope to see you there!

Recommended viewing: Do you anticipate you’ll be in a situation where you’ll be involved in the process of managing and/or installing apps on a set of iPads in your classroom? If so, I suggest you read my blog post on managing classroom iPads and watch this 8 minute video about Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) by my collegue Marc-André Lalande before attending the webinar.

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