For some of us, working from home is not a new thing. On the other hand, some of you may be feeling as if you are left playing catch up. Here we look at a range of resources and tools which you can access to facilitate learning and working online.
Education and Training Foundation (ETF) online training packages
The Education and Training Foundation (ETF) offers a number of online staff training resources through the Foundation Online Learning (FOL) website, many of which are free to access.
Free webinars from the Education and Training Foundation (ETF)
The ETF has also produced a selection of webinars to support you during this time. The first of this series, ‘Making the most of online learning in a time of crisis’ is now available on-demand. Register to listen to this free webinar recording.
Tips for online delivery
There are some great articles and resources available to help you when it comes to remote learning and working. We have picked out a selection below:
Article written by Julia Faulks, ETF’s Communications Editor.
In this webinar, evidence-based teaching expert Geoff Petty is joined by Charlotte Bonner, the ETF’s National Head of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). This article looks back at the webinar and offers fresh insights and answers to questions asked during the live session.
Denise Robinson, editor and co-author of ‘Classroom Behaviour Management in Further, Adult and Vocational Education’ and Lou Mycroft, education writer and chapter author of, 'Affirmative Mental Health Leadership', discuss the impact of Covid-19 on mental health and the implications for behaviour.
In this webinar, evidence-based teaching expert Geoff Petty is joined by Charlotte Bonner, the ETF’s National Head of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). They will introduce how to embed sustainability within classroom teaching and learning providing practical ideas to enhance and enrich your delivery.