D345b - Webinar - Literacy and Computational Thinking for Kindergarten
- Ciclo: 2021
- Nivel: Distance
- Idioma: Inglés
- Estado: Terminado
- Lugar: Distance
- Capacitador/es: Jennifer Verschoor, Grace Vilar
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Centros de Examen ARS 3600.00
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|2||04 May 2021||06:00 PM||07:00 PM|
She is a graduated English teacher who has 30 years of classroom experience and headship in bilingual schools in Argentina. She travels to the UK on a yearly basis to work in schools, work with the most renown Phonics and Literacy experts. She is a certificate Synthetic Phonics expert who works as a Synthetic Phonics Trainer, an Educational and Literacy Consultant and Teacher Trainer offering advice and providing training in Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Brasil, Mexico, Ecuador and Peru, in private and state schools. Grace is an IFERI Committee member: International Foundation for Effective Reading Instruction, an Associate of Educators International: Professional Educators Volunteering Overseas for the Department of Education UK. She is the author of the Spanish Phonics Programme: Alfabetizacion en español.
Jennifer Verschoor graduated from St. Andrew's Scots School. She holds a degree in Literary, Technical and Legal Translation as well as a Bachelor's degree in Educational Management, English Teaching and ICT in the Classroom validated by Trinity College London. She holds an MA in Virtual Environments and a Specialization in Education and ICT offered by the Ministry of Education in Argentina. She is the co-author of My First Digital Journey, an ebook published by The Round in December 2012. Currently she is working for the British Council in Argentina and Chile, ESSARP, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Cambridge English and SimpleK12 giving teacher training courses on the integration of ICT. She has been hired by SBS International to co-moderate TIC en el AULA, nominated for an ELTon Award in 2013 under the category Local Innovation.
For all Kindergarten teachers, coordinators, heads and special needs involved in the Foundation stage
Learn about literacy and the development of oral language in the early years implementing computational thinking strategies and how to integrate Scratch Jr in Kindergarten.
Literacy processes: Developing oral language, vocabulary through story telling and environmental sounds, voice sounds and alliteration.
The 4 cornerstones of Computational Thinking: Abstraction, Pattern Recognition, Decomposition and Algorithm.
Sequencing and re-telling of a story using Scratch Jr.
Interactive webinar delivered via Zoom, where you will be experimenting and learning together.
Trainers notes will be provided.