|Date: 5th November 2008 (Wednesday)
Time: 2 - 6 pm
Venue: Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) Ngee Ann Auditorium (basement level)
Synopsis: Litespeed will be proud to present our Teachers’ Sharing Seminar.
Come down to the seminar on this day and you will receive a handbook containing practical and useful tips on creating a sustainable E-Learning environment in your school.
Using an agricultural process as a metaphor, a renewable cycle of fruitful harvest in the E-Learning journey involves consideration of the 7 factors in the “Fat Soil Theory”.
Thoughtful planning of an IT roadmap and communication with teachers and students are just some phrases of a successful E-Learning journey. Our 7 Keys delineate the different stages schools face in their E-Learning journey, identify the areas that need to be cultivated and weed out distracters that prevent effective cultivation. Participants will gain insight on building a pervasive and lasting E-Learning culture that permeates into the school curriculum, classrooms and everyday lessons.
Guest speakers from various schools will also be sharing their E-Learning experience with us. No one goes through an E-Learning journey alone so come join fellow adventurers in the use of IT in Education!
To learn more about “The Fat Soil Theory” and how it can add value to your school’s IT initiatives, register with us now and discover the secrets in each Key Phase.
Hurry now! Only limited seats are available.