Summer 2022 Webinars!

This summer I’m hosting a series of professional development webinars for teachers. Join me for one, two, or all of them!

All of these webinars will be held live. Recordings will also be sent to those who register in advance. All webinars include PDF handouts and certificates for attendance.

DIY App Creation…for the Rest of Us

Once reserved only for computer science classes, creating their own mobile apps is an activity that can be done in any middle school or high school classroom. Join this webinar to learn how you can have your students create mobile apps in your classroom even if you don’t have any computer science background. During the webinar you will learn how to guide students through the process of designing, building, and publishing mobile apps. Register here to join the webinar on July 20th at 9am ET.

Search Strategies Students Need to Know!

This is the most popular webinar that I offer every year. I’ve updated it again with new activities you can do to help your students get beyond the first page of search results. If you have ever had a student say, “Google has nothing on this,” this webinar is for you! Register here to join the webinar July 27th at 11am ET. Can’t wait for the live webinar? I also offer this as an on-demand course.

To Geography & Beyond With Google Earth & Maps

This webinar will teach you how to use Google Earth and Google Maps in a variety of content areas. During the webinar I’ll cover how to use Google Earth and Google Maps in social studies, language arts, science, physical education, and mathematics (elementary level) lessons. Highlights of the webinar include making multimedia maps, mapping data, and some alternatives to Google Earth & Maps. Register here to join the webinar on August 2nd at 9am ET!

Get Organized With Google Classroom, Calendar, and Keep

Google Classroom, Calendar, and Keep have great features 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. This webinar is intended for those who are new to using Google Classroom, Google Calendar, and Google Keep. It’s also a good refresher for those who haven’t used these tools in a while and want to see what’s new and helpful. Register here to join the webinar on August 9th at 9am ET.

How to Create & Sell Your Own Digital Products

Join this live webinar on July 6th at 11am ET and you’ll learn how you can create and sell your own digital products including eBooks, lesson plans, webinars, and video courses. Best of all, I’ll show you how to sell your digital products without paying fees to the marketplaces where teachers typically sell products. Register Here!

Video Projects for Almost Every Classroom

In this two-part event you will learn how to create and complete five video projects that can be done in almost any classroom. We’ll start 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. In addition to the how-to element of the webinar we’ll cover planning, assessment, and privacy concerns. Register here join me on July 11th and 12th at 11am ET!

Classroom Podcasting 101

Join me for this one hour webinar and I 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. Register here to join the live webinar on July 13th at 9am ET.