Does your Apple iPhone or iPad still confuse you? When you ask for help, does your grandchild tap, tap, tap your device saying, “Here Grandma, just do it like this.” Do you want a class where you really learn? A class where there is no jargon? Where learning goes slowly and explanations are followed by practice? Well, you found one! And best of all, if you forget what you learned in class, no problem. There’s a handbook with everything you learned neatly written out.
Here’s how to sign up. But hurry, there room for only 12 students because it is important that you get individual attention.
DATES: Mondays, November 6, 13, 20, and 27
TIME: 10:00 – NOON
LOCATION: Unitarian Universalist Community Church; 10441 Shaver Road; Portage, MI
REGISTRATION: Send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive a confirmation reply and further instructions on how to pay for the class. If the class is full, you will be notified of being placed on the waiting list.
About the Instructor: Marsha Laya has a master’s degree in education. She is a self-taught Apple iPhone and iPad user. Thus, no jargon! She has developed and taught this course several times to adults in Pennsylvania, Florida, Michigan and for WMU’s Osher Life Long Learning Institute.