Jennifer Godwin, Educator
KICSTM Digital Note-taking Workshop
KICS Facilitator: Kameron Young, Biomedical Engineering student at Queen Mary University, London
Cohort 1: M1 and M2 (Two 45 minute sessions)
Cohort 2: M3 and up (One 2 hour session)
Our Digital Workshop is the answer to those nagging questions regarding the latest tech to help our children work smarter versus harder.
If Covid-19 has taught us anything, it is definitely that technology is no longer a luxury, but a mandatory tool for learning.
Let KICSTM give you and your child the edge—with the latest tech!
University students are welcome
Date and time: Book the time that works best for you!
Venue: Via Zoom
Workshop fee: $65/student
Parents can attend too, free of charge
UPCOMING COHORTS FOR
ACADEMIC YEAR 2023/24
KICSTM “Saturday” Workshops:
Note-taking & Study Strategies
Our exciting KICSTM Workshop: Note-taking & Studying Strategies will run for six sessions in total. These dynamic sessions are geared for M1 or Year 7 students and up. To date, over 373 students and 232 parents, comprising of Bermuda’s private and public schools, have completed this program since our first KICSTM Workshop in July 2014. In light of COVID-19, we have reduced our class size to 10 students. Mom and Dad, you are invited to accompany your child to the sessions. Research has shown that such partnerships increases the child’s mastery. Social distancing guidelines will also be adhered to. Hand sanitizers and wipes will be available. Head temperature checks will be conducted at the beginning of each session. This is our most sought-after workshop. Act fast to save your spot! Full payment is required at time of registration to secure your enrolment. Registration fees are non-refundable. Cash or online payments only.
Rewards & Distractions to Learning
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Any reproduction without permission will result in legal action. No screenshots, photos or video recordings during the in-class or virtual sessions are permitted.