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March 16th 2017
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Professional Learning Webinar – Accessing ACTF Resources in the Classroom

On Thursday 23rd March at 4:00pm, the ACTF Education team will walk primary and secondary teachers through the key new features of our updated ACTF website. Join us if you’re free! 

Our education content, resources and events are more accessible than ever to teachers Australia-wide thanks to our recent website update. In this upcoming professional learning event, Peter Maggs (Head of Education) and Janine Kelly (Curriculum Officer) will focus on the new structure and content of the ACTF Education section.  The pair will demonstrate new features including:

  • Bundled content and support materials in our Education Packages.
  • Improved search functions.
  • Our updated professional learning section, including webinars and podcasts which will be new to many teachers.

This webinar will be conducted using Zoom video conferencing software. Teachers can join us on Thursday by either clicking the following link, or by typing the nine-digit meeting number into the Zoom Cloud Meetings app. Please register your interest by emailing Lily at the address below.  

Date: Thursday 23rd March, 2017.

Time: 4:00pm – 4:30pm (AEDT)

Email to register: Lily.Pavlovic@actf.com.au

Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/650259295

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