On Sunday on Practical Ed Tech I posted a reminder about the three online PD opportunities that I’m hosting in November. One of those is a three night course called Video Projects for Every Classroom. This course is designed for teachers who would like to learn how to create meaningful classroom video projects. The course will teach you how to make animated videos, instructional videos, and mini-documentary videos. You’ll also learn how to address copyright and privacy concerns. Learn more by clicking here or by watching the video below.
The course begins on November 5th at 7pm Eastern Time.
The live webinars will be recorded for those who cannot attend the live sessions. You can receive a PD certificate for completing the course. You will receive digital handouts to go along with access to the webinars. About this post: The sale of my professional development, webinars, online courses, and my on-site professional development services provides the funding to keep Free Technology for Teachers running. The resources that I feature in my online courses and webinars are free. However, there is a significant cost associated with creating, hosting, and managing the courses and webinars which is why I am not able to provide them for free.
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