Professional LearningShane Chen2016-05-20T14:23:23+00:00
ELH’s Professional Learning programs are designed to equip teachers with the tools they need to practice innovative ICT pedagogies with confidence – and to create the kind of environment where students can nurture the ideas and skills they need to thrive in life beyond the classroom.
Workshops that work around you
During an initial consultation, we’ll work with you to devise a program that enhances your school’s unique learning strategy or vision. Depending on your school’s needs, we can deliver our programs on or offsite, in a workshop format or via one-on-one team mentoring.
Ongoing support, One-on-one
One-on-one team mentoring gives each group of participants the kind of consistent, ongoing support they’ll need to implement everything they’ve learned in a way that will truly transform their classroom practices now, and into the future.
Make the most of your PD Budget
Ask us how we can help you maximise your school’s Professional Development budget today
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