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Throughout the year I offer live webinars and online courses. The scheduling of those live events doesn’t work for everyone so I also offer some of the webinars and courses in an on-demand format.
Classroom Podcasting 101
This one hour webinar will teach you how you can start a podcast in your classroom. The webinar covers the nuts and bolts of making a podcast. More importantly, this webinar will provide you with ideas for podcasts that students can record on their own, with their classmates, or with their families. Podcasting is a great way to get students to engage in meaningful dialogues with classmates, parents, and community members. It also provides a good way to get students to reflect, record, and share their thoughts. Purchase the recording and handouts here for
Five Fun Formative Assessment Methods
This webinar goes beyond the typical Kahoot and GimKit games that you might already be using in your classroom. In the webinar I cover the qualities to look for in a good formative assessment and what research tells us about best formative assessment practices. Strategies shared in this webinar can be adapted for any K-12 classroom including those that don’t have computers or tablets for every student. Purchase the recording and handouts here for
5 Video Projects for Almost Every Classroom
In this one hour live webinar you will learn how to create and complete five video projects that can be done in almost any classroom. This webinar starts with one-take video assignments before moving into showing you how your students can make animated videos, create green screen videos, make documentary-style videos, and craft instructional videos. Whether your students use Chromebooks, iPads, Android, Windows, or Mac, you can do these projects. Purchase this recorded webinar and handouts today for $
Google Earth & Maps – More Than Social Studies
Google Earth and Google Maps can be powerful tools in many subject areas, if you know how to use them. In this webinar you will learn how to use Google Earth and Google Maps in social studies, language arts, science, physical education, and mathematics (elementary level) lessons. Learn more here. Purchase the recording and handouts here for
Intro to Green Screens and Animation
In this webinar you’ll learn everything you need to know to get started making animated videos and green screen videos in your classroom. You can use the principles demonstrated in this webinar to create engaging video projects for students of all ages. This goes into more detail on green screen and animation than the 5 Video Projects webinar (listed above). In the webinar you’ll see how you can make animated videos and green screen videos using iPads, Chromebooks, Windows, and Mac. Purchase this recorded webinar here for
Get Organized With Google Classroom, Calendar, and Keep
Google Classroom, Google Calendar, and Google Keep are great tools that you can use to keep yourself and your students organized throughout the school year. In this webinar you’ll learn how to use these tools to keep track of tasks and assignments. You’ll also see how you can use these tools to complete routine tasks more efficiently. Purchase this recorded webinar and handouts here for
Intro to Using AR & VR in Your Classroom
Today it is easier and cheaper than ever to bring virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) into your classroom. These are exciting technologies that can be used to create engaging, memorable learning experiences for our students. In this webinar you will learn how you can get started using augmented reality and virtual reality in your classroom. Purchase this recorded webinar with handouts here for
Ten Search Strategies Students Need to Know!
Too often our students don’t get beyond the first few pages of search results before declaring, “Google has nothing about this!” Why? Because the average time spent on a search is just 1 minute! And the average search term only has three words!* We can help our students do better than that.
In this recorded webinar 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 and 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. Purchase this recorded webinar and handouts here for
Nice Things People Have Said About My Webinars
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 your for the best hour of my day today! – Barbara O’Berry
Hi Richard, Thanks again for training. I’m starting to feel comfortable with the basics at least and as I continue using the platform, I’m sure I will catch on even quicker. When you get a chance, could I get a certificate of the hours? Thanks, my instructional technology license requires the PD hours. Thanks again, and I’m sure I will be taking another training with you.
I’d take another course from you anytime. You are very knowledgeable, and your experience in the classroom “makes it real.” Thanks so much,
Again, thank you very much for this wonderful course. I will have to train teachers in the coming year and this will be very useful.It was a very enjoyable experience and I will be on the look for more training opportunities from you.