Antigua Teachers Invited to Engage Macmillan Education – Caribbean in Virtual 2021 Meet

Macmillan Education – Caribbean announce a series of ‘virtual visits’ to countries across the Caribbean – and will be ‘in’ Antigua between the 19 – 23 April 2021.
As the leading publisher for the Caribbean, Macmillan Education, would normally spend significant amounts of time visiting the Ministries and Schools across the Caribbean listening to the needs of teachers and providing support with training and hands-on discover sessions.
COVID has, of course, prevented these visits and therefore Macmillan Education – Caribbean has invested in a series of webinars providing support for teachers to help deliver blended and virtual lessons and covered subjects such as storytelling in maths, effective enquiry-based lessons and revision techniques.
In addition, Macmillan Education – Caribbean has provided many free resources to support teachers via a dedicated area on their website www.macmillan-caribbean.com.
During these virtual visits, Charlie de la Beyodere, Educational Consultant, hopes to meet with teachers to discuss how Macmillan Education – Caribbean can best continue to provide effective support, discuss how to register for the summer term professional development webinars, talk about any training needs for existing resources as well as discussing our newly published series.
There is a goodie bag for the first 20 schools who sign up using this linkhttps://calendly.com/macmillancaribbean/antigua-virtual-school-visits?month=2021-04.
About 
Macmillan Education Caribbean is one of the world’s leading publishers of educational and general interest books for and about the Caribbean.

For over fifty years Macmillan has been committed to providing a comprehensive range of authoritative teaching and learning resources across all subjects and levels. Wherever possible the main content of the material is drawn from the everyday lives of the students, providing a focused, Caribbean-specific learning experience.

We specialise in Caribbean curriculum publishing, bringing together the expertise and capabilities of local authors, educators, Ministry officials and subject officers to help students achieve their academic goals. We also work closely with teachers to ensure they have access to the best, most up-to-date resources and materials to help make their lessons engaging and stimulating for every student.

We understand that each Caribbean country has a unique set of requirements and that these are always changing. Our team ensures that we know what is happening and that the books and teaching resources we provide are the best they can be.
In simple terms, we find out what teachers, students and parents want and use our people and technology to help them get it as efficiently as possible.
For more information please contact: Amanda Naylor, Marketing Manager –amanda.naylor@macmillaneducation.com. Tel: +44 (0) 7766 540582
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