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Issues with MS Edge browser:
When MS Edge is updated to version 94 and then opened and interacted with a Pen display the computer will crash and give the “Blue screen of death.”
This is NOT a Wacom driver issue, it has been reported from other devices using Windows Ink as well.
Disabling Windows Ink in Windows will resolve the issue.

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by HellyDouglas
Thu 29. Apr 2021, 10:14
Forum: Teachers for Teachers
Topic: How can you use your Wacom device to help students revise?
Replies: 0
Views: 3796

How can you use your Wacom device to help students revise?

Revising is hard. So many of our students don't know how to revise effectively. Using your Wacom device can help them revise more effectively. Here are a few ideas for using your pen device: - Draw and handwrite graphic organisers. Use colours and simple diagrams to help organise ideas and make link...
by HellyDouglas
Thu 29. Apr 2021, 10:08
Forum: Teachers for Teachers
Topic: How can you help students revise?
Replies: 0
Views: 1397

How can you help students revise?

Teaching students how to revise has always been a huge challenge, especially if they go on 'study leave' to work independently from home. I think the skills we've learnt during this pandemic can shake up how we help our students to revise. Here's a few ideas: - Revision groups can be run virtually u...
by HellyDouglas
Thu 29. Apr 2021, 09:55
Forum: Teachers for Teachers
Topic: Easy ways to make online lessons interactive
Replies: 0
Views: 1393

Easy ways to make online lessons interactive

Interactive lessons are so much more powerful than students just listening to you teach. It gives them the chance to feel involved and helps give you instant formative assessment during the lessons. Here are a few really easy ideas: 1: Polls - use polling to gauge student responses (and see who's on...
by HellyDouglas
Thu 29. Apr 2021, 09:48
Forum: Teachers for Teachers
Topic: Troubleshooting when teaching online lessons
Replies: 0
Views: 1403

Troubleshooting when teaching online lessons

We've all heard the nightmare stories of online lessons from hell! Despite our best plans, things can do wrong when we're teaching remotely. Preparing for common problems means you can recover quickly and get your lesson back on track. Simple preparations include: Sharing resources before the lesson...
by HellyDouglas
Thu 29. Apr 2021, 09:05
Forum: Teachers for Teachers
Topic: Improving your lesson delivery when online teaching
Replies: 0
Views: 1376

Improving your lesson delivery when online teaching

I've never been a drama teacher, but I do love a bit of dramatic touch to my lessons. I don't mean spending hours on props - just that I really give my all to how I talk and present to the class. These strategies have been really useful for online teaching. At first it was horrible, sat behind a com...
by HellyDouglas
Thu 29. Apr 2021, 08:56
Forum: Teachers for Teachers
Topic: Getting timings right for live lessons
Replies: 0
Views: 1417

Getting timings right for live lessons

I've always struggled with lesson timings. After 16 years you'd think I'd be perfect at it! When you're teaching online, it's easy to miss the clues that your students are zoning out (no yawns, distracted behaviour, doodling, or glazed eyes!) I found I naturally talked for much longer than the stude...
by HellyDouglas
Thu 29. Apr 2021, 08:50
Forum: Teachers for Teachers
Topic: Setting behaviour expectations for online live lessons
Replies: 0
Views: 1387

Setting behaviour expectations for online live lessons

Start as you mean to go on was my motto for teaching live remote lessons. I wanted my students to show the behaviour I expected right from the very first lesson. Here's how I did it: - I shared ground rules before the first live class. I used child-friendly language and kept it positive (e.g. "...
by HellyDouglas
Thu 29. Apr 2021, 08:39
Forum: Teachers for Teachers
Topic: How to keep students focused in live lessons - structure of lesson
Replies: 0
Views: 1367

How to keep students focused in live lessons - structure of lesson

It's hard to keep students focused when they're not right in front of you. I found it really difficult when I was teaching online as I had to follow a "camera off" policy so I couldn't even see if the students were drifting off. But, over time I found some things helped. One that made a bi...
by HellyDouglas
Wed 28. Apr 2021, 12:40
Forum: Teachers for Teachers
Topic: Creating online collaboration between students
Replies: 0
Views: 1394

Creating online collaboration between students

During the last UK national lockdown, I was teaching 100% remotely. At first it felt like every student was an island, learning on their own. Then I decided to look into different ways to get them collaborating with each other. Here's a few ideas: - Email groups: Small email groups are a nice low-te...
by HellyDouglas
Sat 24. Apr 2021, 15:29
Forum: Teachers for Teachers
Topic: Teaching young students online
Replies: 0
Views: 1426

Teaching young students online

If you're a teacher of younger students and having to teach online, this is a helpful blog post with ideas to make it work for you:

https://community.wacom.com/eu/europe/organising-the-perfect-live-online-lessons-for-younger-students/

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