Teaching History on the Web – A New Practical Ed Tech Course

Ken Hall, creator of the popular US History and World History Teachers blogs, and I have teamed up to design a new online professional development opportunity for teachers.

In Teaching History on the Web we will take you through the process of developing engaging, web-based history lesson plans. This course features three interactive online meetings along with a discussion forum in which you can further interact with me, Ken, and your classmates. The course meetings are August 27th, September 3rd, and September 10th at 8pm EST. Click here to register today or read on for more information.

Course Highlights

  • Find and use flipped videos
  • Create your own flipped videos
  • Learn how to develop a Google Plus community for professional development and instructional purposes.
  • Develop an online Professional Learning Community.
  • Learn how to draw virtual maps.
  • Learn how to locate and help students locate online primary resources.
  • Find and use virtual tours on the Internet
  • Find and use flipped videos
  • Create your own flipped videos
  • Click here to register today!

The cost of this course is $97. 
To give everyone the attention they deserve, registration is limited to 25 participants.

Live sessions will be held on August 27th, September 3rd and 10th from 8pm to 9 pm EST. All sessions are recorded for participants to download and watch at their convenience.

Click here to register today!

Questions? Send an email to richardbyrne (at) freetech4teachers.com

About the costs and my decision to advertise these opportunities on my blog:
Sometimes when I advertise one of these webinars I get messages from people who are upset that I am advertising it here and or that I am charging for it. I understand why some people feel that way. I thought long and hard about how to offer these opportunities. In fact, I thought about it and talked about it with trusted advisors for a year before offering the first webinar series last year. The purpose of this blog and my goal for years has always been to help people use free technology in their classrooms. The tools and strategies featured in my webinars and at the Practical Ed Tech Summer Camp are free to use. However, my time for teaching isn’t free. Further, I pay licensing fees to GoToTraining and to Wistia for hosting all of the media content of the courses.

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