Workshops & Webinars
Online Discussion Forum for Teachers:
Solving Literacy (Writing) Issues for Secondary School Students
Wednesday 21st September 2022, 7.30pm (NZST)
Workshops and Demos
Sign up for a free 30 minute workshop with our friendly Stylefit team. Pick a time that suits you and let us know what you would like to cover during your session.
Past Workshops, Webinars & Discussion Forums
Join our educators and their students to discuss how they juggle Hybrid teaching and cultural diversity.
Part three of Education’s Secret Weapon’ webinar series opens the door to a conversation on the future of learning. This forum discussion is led by Shannon Nelson, Curriculum Leader Technology at One Tree Hill College.
Teachers are the critical link between the physical and online classroom. Interactive technology engages students and can make them feel they are not exactly learning but rather discovering. How can we, as an EdTech company, support the process? We want to learn from teachers.
Webinar: Stimulating Students to Engage with Writing
Increasingly, we hear of teachers feeling stressed over workload. They report that they struggle to keep on top of marking assessments, planning lessons and finding quality time to really focus on less engaged learners.
Writing skills teachers are tired of feeling under pressure!
Learn about the leading-edge approach that helps relieve some of the pressure while stimulating engagement with writing.
Webinar: Getting Students Future Ready
Jobs of the future will ‘add value beyond what can be done by automated systems and intelligent machines’ (McKinsey, 2021)
Employees will need strong skills in:
Communication, Analytical thinking, Leadership, Critical thinking, Creativity, complex problem-solving skills… and more (The World Economic Forum, 2020)
Strong writing skills underlie almost all ten.
Sameer Nagarajan (India) – Global President, HR for Cadila Pharmaceuticals
1. Why do we study writing skills?
2. What are the curriculum expectations for writing?
3. How has COVID affected student attendance, engagement and performance?
4. What do students struggle with most when they write?
5. How do teachers use technology to assist in the classroom?
Join us to explore these questions!
We will also show you how teachers use Stylefit with tailored lesson plans to successfully engage students to write fearlessly, edit their drafts, and ultimately perform better in their writing assignments.
Teachers tell us that writing and creativity underlie every subject they teach. Employers and employees tell us the same about every job sector!
So how come many of us still say ‘STEM’, not ‘STEAM’, and aspire to study the ‘hard’ skills without giving as much value to the ‘soft’ ones?
In this free workshop, we look forward to discussing how we as educators can put the Arts into STEM and why this is crucial for the success of our students!