Learning Alone vs Learning Together

I believe there is a time for closed doors and silence and concentration, but there are also times when we NEED others to help us see things differently so that we can understand and apply what we're learning in a much more effective and creative way.

When I first started working as a Freelance Teacher, these opportunities to share and grow together were what I missed most, that's why I constantly try to design and test different ways for teachers to learn together, both through structured courses and free events.






What's the best type of event for me?


  • Hands-on Demonstrations  |  Free - Limited Seats
    Have you ever watched a tutorial and thought "that's an interesting app" but then never got around to actually trying it?!  Well, you are not the only one!
    Hands-on Demonstrations are condensed group activities (normally 30 minutes) where we pick up a tool and actually play with it together, all the while discussing how we can make it work for our students.
    Check out our Calendar to see which Demonstrations are coming up


  • Teacher Challenges  |  Free - open to all
    Challenges are a great opportunity to practice a skill while getting support and feedback from other teachers. They normally last 3 weeks and, during that time, we tackle 3 manageable steps together and share our successes and struggles on the "Teacher Challenges" LinkedIn group.
    Join our LinkedIn group and get started now!


  • Spark Labs  |  Paid - Limited Seats
    Spark Labs are my personal interpretation of Online Teacher Workshops.
    They are designed for small groups and last around 1 to 2 hours during which we complete a project to help us take concrete steps towards the application of a methodology or strategy.
    Check out our Calendar to see which Labs are coming up



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