The first Catholic Learning Online Event was held on Thursday 6 August via Zoom.
Kicking off at 7.30 am, a group of teachers from CEnet member dioceses participated in a workshop run by Britney Davis and Dave Palmer from Lucid Education in Utah.
Participants explored samples of student work created with Lucidchart and Lucidpress, with examples available from primary and secondary school classrooms. Participants also had the opportunity to work on mini projects using both Lucidchart and Lucidpress, by selecting from a broad range of templates designed to support learning and teaching needs. The event was rounded off with an opportunity to participate in a Q&A session.
A number of dioceses have the opportunity to register the event with NESA/TQI and teachers who completed the evaluation will have their participation details provided to their dioceses for completion of the NESA/TQI PD registration process.
Comments from participants in the event:
”Thanks so much to all who organised this session for everyone to attend”
“Fantastic, great way to start the day!”
”Thank you for your professional and warm approach”
“Great to have actual Lucidpress presenters”
Those who were unable to attend will have another opportunity to participate on 26 August at 7.30 am.
Learn about the purpose and place of Lucidpress amongst other digital tools available.
Understand ways to help students create in the classroom.
Develop a ready-to-use activity to use with their class.
Register interest in participation by clicking here or use the button below.
Catholic Learning Online (CLO) is an initiative of members of the CEnet eLearning Working Group and member dioceses. The events follow the ONCE philosophy by identifying and supporting common needs within CEnet member dioceses, so that effort can be made once and the result can benefit many.
National Child Protection Week 2020 – Putting Children First - Virtual Classrooms Activity
The Diocese of Broken Bay, in partnership with the Office of the eSafety Commissioner, will host a Virtual Classrooms Activity as part of a wider acknowledgement and promotion of National Child Protection Week 2020 on Monday 7 September 2020.
This online learning activity, suited for students in Years 3-6, is scheduled to run from 2:00 pm – 2:40 pm and has been designed to empower students to manage their own online safety.
Students will have an opportunity to:
consider what privacy and personal information means;
develop an understanding of what an online ‘stranger’ can be;
explore strategies and skills to secure accounts; and