T’N'T – Giving Back To Teachers – ‘Stretch And Challenge’ webinar

29 October 2020

This webinar is hosted by Gary Talbot, Avril Townson and special guest Torsten Payne

Gary is an experienced science teacher who has led new technologies across a large secondary school. Gary starts a new post in September as a Science Lead Practitioner and whole-school e-learning coordinator. He™s also on the Board of Management for Naace - the EdTech charity.

Avril has been teaching for 19 years, including over 6 years as a Head of Science. Avril is starting a new position as a Lead Practitioner of Science in September.

Torsten Payne is a full-time teacher with over twenty years™ experience. He values practical strategies that work in the classroom and small changes that make a big difference. A regular contributor to teaching publications and national conferences, he delivers staff training across all key stages in schools across Europe. He is also the author of the fabulous book Stretch and Challenge for All.

The webinar is supported by Elementary Technology, a leading supplier of technology and training in schools. Visit https://www.elementaryuk.com.



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