Blended Learning

Adhyayan has recognised the wish list shared by educators and has curated a series of Professional Development Opportunities into bite size sessions.

Gift your teachers this opportunity or let them choose which one they would like to enroll for.

Know More: https://bit.ly/AdhyayanPD

Registration Form: https://forms.gle/42HWKuMyC3ofcc3i6

Focus of the 90 minute interactive session:
  • Integration of technology into lessons

  • Less is More: Using less applications to get maximum engagement in class

  • How technology can aid/reduce teacher’s work

Contact Annette: 9773187331 or write to info@adhyayan.asia

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Date

Dec 08 2021

Time

5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

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Here's the link to the report http://web2.acbl.org/documentLibrary/teachers/statisticallyspeaking.pdf

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