Helping educators with innovative teaching tools
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With K-12 students across Ontario continuing their studies at home, many teachers are looking for training opportunities in digital learning.

To support these educators, Ontario Tech University researchers at the STEAM3D Maker Lab are offering upskilling opportunities for teachers where they can learn new skills and technologies to enhance virtual learning for their students.

Using the Google Meet video-conferencing platform, educators can explore virtual maker tools in three areas – coding, 3-D spaces and gaming – to integrate into their own teaching practices.

To learn more, visit Ontario Tech.

"There is a lot of anxiety for parents, teachers and students right now. The Faculty of Education has a lot of expertise around online teaching and learning, as well as on how to use a wide array of interactive tools and technologies to engage students in learning."
Janet Hughes
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