This webinar will introduce TIG's online communities for youth and educators. Together, we will explore the importance of environmental stewardship, global citizenship, and student voice to leadership in the 21st Century. Learn more about the tools, resources and opportunities available to support transformative global learning experiences.
This webinar will introduce you to TIGed's portfolio of collaborative learning initiatives that address a range of important issues, and are open to classrooms around the world. These programs provide the tools, resources, and international connections required to help students learn about and take action on issues that matter to them.
During this webinar, you will learn more about TIGed's safe, customizable and advertising-free virtual classroom platform designed to support international collaborations through the use of digital media tools. Learn how to make the most of features blogs, video chat, file sharing and maps to engage your students and connect with global partners.
The following webinars are offered at alternating times to accommodate different time zones:
For more information about webinars, and other professional development offerings, please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 416-977-9363, extension 319.
The Intro to TIG/TIGed webinar series is totally free! We hope you enjoy and benefit from these free offerings.
Webinars will be delivered through the web conferencing platform Blackboard Collaborate, which does not require any special software or hardware. Connect by using the following link: http://tigurl.org/tigedweb/
We are open to your feedback! Please contact us to suggest a time that would work better for you. You may also be interested in our Online Learning Circles, or having us deliver a webinar tailored to suit the needs of your group. Please contact us for more information.
"The course has broadened my horizons in the areas of global education and highlighted ways in which I can more actively engage in this form of educational model."