Typically the district team book the Limina team for an eWeek where the Limina ICT integration short course is presented to all district officials to equip the entire district team with ICT integration skills and competencies.
Since each grade and subject requirements differ substantially, and teachers need different levels of support, districts officials want to be ahead of the race. When districts plan on sending teachers on the Limina ICT integration short courses, we recommend the officials first participate in the District Official ICT integration short courses to equip them to support teachers and sustain change.
PLCs are wonderful tools to support and scale local support in schools, and increase sustainability of change. However, setting up and maintaining a PLC is not always easy. The Limina PLC short course for district officials equips officials to guide schools or groups of teachers to set up and maintain different PLCs as needed by the teachers.
Limina equips district officials to create and innovate tools to diagnose and address special education needs, learning deficits or challenges to learning. Often teachers are not experienced in identifying, diagnosing or managing learners with special education needs. The Limina team works with district officials to equip them to create and innovation solutions to support teachers when teaching learners with special education needs.