The second techy tea pop-up party was held on Friday 6th November in Conrad Court, a home for elderly people near Surrey Quays. The students were all residents in the home, and therefore, being less mobile than some of our other students, had less use for the kinds of skills we teach in our courses, and also a more limited capacity to develop them. Thus the form of the course was more like a diversion from the monotony of life in a home than a practical, results focussed session. The staff were very helpful and supportive, however, and I had a very enjoyable time with the students, and now know how to play Candy Crush. I used my tablet as a mobile hotspot once again, and this time it was sufficient in itself, so we didn't use the Mifis in the end.
By Damian Griffiths at 8 Nov 2015, 16:09 PM