Macmillan Education Caribbean Announces New Social Campaign

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Macmillan Education Caribbean has announced the launch of their Level up Literacy
campaign, designed to refresh teachers as they return to schools and support them as they
work with different literacy levels in their new classrooms.

This campaign, which is set to run from 12-29 September, will offer teachers and educators
the chance to boost their literacy knowledge and skills in a series of online webinars.

A supporting social media campaign will provide further activities and learnings that can be
applied in the classrooms, in addition to free Teacher’s Guides which come with enriched
planning, support, and visual resources such as wall charts.

Based on the Macmillan Education popular literacy titles, Grammar Rules! and Spelling
Rules!, this social campaign is a chance for teachers to inject fun and established literacy
pedagogy into teaching the most essential skills of communication and comprehension.

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The series of webinars, hosted by Literacy expert Charlotte Rance, cover a range of topics –
from making grammar education fun, to assessing and supporting students of a range of
abilities in the classroom.

Each webinar lasts one hour, and teachers will receive a certificate of participation on attending.

This campaign compounds Macmillan Education Caribbean’s promise of making education
accessible, as all webinars will be available on demand – so that teachers who are busy with the demands of the new school year will be able to access the content whenever it suits them.

Follow Level Up Literacy across Macmillan Education Caribbean’s social media channels or
visit their website for more information.

SOURCE: Macmillan Education Caribbean

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