Start the new school year on the right foot by helping your students conduct better web searches.
Have you ever had a student say to you, “Google has nothing on this?” Or have you recently had a student fall for one of the many fake news stories circulating on social media? If so, this webinar is for you. And if you just need some new ideas on how to teach search strategies, this webinar is also for you.
In Search Strategies Students Need to Know you will learn why informational searches are the hardest types of Internet searches for students to conduct. You will learn how to help students break-down complex search topics into manageable pieces then put the whole picture together. You’ll learn how to help your students save students tons of time by thinking before searching. And you’ll learn how to develop instructional search challenge activities to use with students of any age.
This webinar sold out every time it was offered in the 2016-17 school year.
Search Strategies Students Need to Know will be held on August 1st at 4pm Eastern Time. The cost for the webinar is just $20 including the live session, unlimited access to the recording, handouts, and the option for a PD certificate. Register here.
In this webinar you will learn:
The types of searches that give students the most trouble and why they are so difficult.
How to get students beyond the first pages of Google results.
The search tools students often overlook.
How to create your own search engine.
How to develop engaging search lessons for students of all ages.
Reserve your space to join the webinar on August 1st.
Here’s what one veteran teacher had to say about this webinar:
Thank you for a most informative and practical webinar this afternoon. Although I knew many (not all) of the points you were making, the way that you presented them offered new perspectives on how to use the strategies and I felt that your use of examples added to my knowledge base. Although I receive information from FreeTech4Teachers via email, twitter, and Facebook, I have never “attended” one of your webinars. After today, that will change. Thank you for the best hour of my day today! – Barbara O’Berry