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Surrey Schools community members who would like more information about how to better support students at home are urged to clear their calendars Tuesday, Oct. 16 from 6:30–8 p.m.
In partnership with Discovery Education, sessions on supporting learning at home and the use of digital resources will be held at four locations: Tamanawis, Sullivan Heights, Guildford Park and the Resource & Education Centre.
The goal is to expose community members to the different digital and online learning tools available to a 21st century classroom. Parents and students will learn how the school system is integrating digital content and other educational technologies into student activities at school and in the home.
The open houses will feature pizza, prizes, speakers and exploration stations. Participants will see the technology used firsthand and will also have an opportunity try out and explore the digital tools for themselves.
For those unable to make the event at any of the four locations, the Surrey Schools website highlights some digital resources that can be used by parents and students (with a User ID) here, and free to the general public here.
Parents, students and community members can RSVP for the Oct. 16 event HERE.
For more information, please contact district principal Antonio Vendramin at email@example.com.
~story by Laura Johnston