So your windows are open to let in the welcome breeze, and you’ve started thinking about how to change over your classroom decorations for spring. You’re ready for spring break, and are recharging your batteries by reflecting, blogging, tweeting, or spending time with people who inspire you. You’ve been thinking about taking your teaching to the next level and learning more about using new tools with your class – register now and get started right away.
Now is the time for some spring cleaning of your ideas! Time to pull out all those “what if I change” and “maybe I could,” and even “what’s that new technology everyone is talking about?” You know what I mean – all those great ideas you have when you’re too busy doing something else to really focus on new ideas or try out something new.
You’ve been collecting bookmarks on various web 2.0 tools you’d like to start using. You keep hearing about new sites that are must-use for educators. You read blog post after blog post on new ways to do familiar things, that sound refreshing and engaging for you AND your students. You want to start digging in and learning something new!
Why wait? As you look forward to winding down the school year in a few months, take this opportunity to begin planning for next year. Register now for our course on using Web 2.0 Tools in the classroom and put your ideas into action. Now is the time to brainstorm and share ideas with other teachers who are also looking for exciting new ways to challenge and engage students, without having to dip into the class budget to pay for new software.
Learn all about using web 2.0 tools in the classroom, how to evaluate different kinds of tools, and how to recommend the tools you like to other teachers! Help your students blossom into eloquent bloggers and watch them share information and knowledge with each other as they become a community of learners.
Join other teachers who are implementing cutting edge teaching methods, and learn from an experience tech trainer who has been working with and teaching technology for over a decade to adults, teens and children and wants to share the best techniques with you to use in your own teaching.
New technologies can often seem overwhelming, but today’s tools are easier than ever to use. Plus, financial barriers have been removed as prices have dropped for a multitude of online services – many of which can even be used for free! Find out what’s waiting out there for you to discover.
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