Welcome to the UKEdChat online webinar page. This page outlines the series of online webinar training courses currently on offer and planned.

To participate in a webinar, please click on the appropriate link. You do not have to attend the webinar live, but after registration is complete, you will be able to replay the show at a convenient time.

EdTech Lunch with ICT Magic

Hosted by our very own EdTech guru, this series of five webinars will showcase the latest EdTech services that can enhance teaching and learning across different subjects, phases or geographical areas.

Each session will take place from 12.15 ->12.45 on the dates below, although once registered, you can replay the session at any time*. All timings are UK-based, so please check your local time if you want to join the session live. Martin will be on hand to answer any questions, and also provide links to the resources shared.

The total price of this series of webinars is only £5 (payable upon booking), providing you with EdTech tips, resources and activities that you can use in the classroom.

Dates:

  1. Thursday 25th April 2019
  2. Thursday 9th May 2019
  3. Thursday 23rd May 2019
  4. Thursday 6th June 2019
  5. Thursday 20th June 2019

Developing Metacognition in Education

Following the interest in how teachers can develop metacognitive strategies in their classroom, our research lead Colin Hill @digicoled (who presented at The Education Show 2019 in London) hosts a series of webinars aimed at helping educators explore the what’s, why’s and how’s of metacognition.

Each session will take place from 4.00 -> 4.30pm on the dates below, although once registered, you can replay the session at any time*. All timings are UK-based, so please check your local time if you want to join the session live. Colin will be on hand to answer any questions, and also provide links to the resources shared.

The total price of this series of webinars is only £15 (payable upon booking), providing you with metacognition tips, resources and activities that you can use in the classroom, including (at least) 12 metacognitive ideas that you can put into place immediately.

Dates:

  1. Thursday 16th May 2019 – Introduction & Why metacognition is important in education.
  2. Thursday 23rd May 2019 – What metacognition is (and is not).
  3. Thursday 6th June 2019 – Metacognition, biases and automated responses.
  4. Thursday 13th June 2019 – Metacognition – Where to start.
  5. Thursday 20th June 2019 – Metacognition – Practical classroom ideas for all.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I access the webinar sessions?

We use a platform that makes viewing our webinar series simple, whether you are watching on a computer, smartphone or tablet.

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For how long will I be able to access and replay the webinar?

You can watch the webinars live as they are broadcast, but if you cannot attend at the live time, or want to watch again, then you can access the webinar at anytime (for up to 1-year) by signing in via the link we will send for each series.

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Can I replay the webinars to my colleagues?

We are happy for you to share the webinar session with colleagues, for professional development purposes within schools or colleges only. They are designed to be shared within staff meetings, or professional development sessions. If you would like further advice or consultancy about any of the training or courses that we offer, then please contact us by clicking here.

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What does the payment (if applicable) cover?

We are determined to keep the cost for access to webinars as cheap as possible, as we understand that many educators may dip into their own pockets to pay for access. We have to charge a small fee to cover our expenses in using the platform for the webinar, as well as the time in compiling the resources and production costs involved. Some of our cheaper webinar session may contain product placement, but this will be explicitly explained as the webinar commences, and our only intention in allowing this is to keep the costs down to educators.

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