Target audience

  • Teachers and leaders of all ages and stages

Webinar Description

In this session, we will look at how Pages can be used to create interactive eBooks that allow learners to engage in the set activities and document their learning. Using digital tools allows the learners to use a range of methods to share what they've learned, allowing choice and also promoting a creative way to show what they know. Building in different methods to scaffold the work will also increase the access the teacher provides to the learner to support equity. We will explore the techniques behind the successful design and share some tips to speed up the build process.

Learning Outcomes

  • To have a clear understanding of the design process
  • To explore the tools available in Pages to build eBooks
  • To identify examples of created books that allow learners to engage in learning outcomes
  • To create an eBook that could be used with your own learners

Presenter Biography

Mathew is a technology consultant and Senior Lecturer in University with 20 years’ experience in education. He supports both future teachers with their understanding of technology to enhance learning and teaching as well as school leaders and practitioners around the world to integrate technology into existing practice. His passion is in giving children access to learning in a way that works for them, to provide a voice to those that a more traditional approach might not support. As an accredited Apple Professional Learning Specialist, Microsoft Innovative Expert and Google Certified Educator (Level 2) he has a breadth of knowledge about the systems and processes commonly used in education.