Hall Davidson Makes His Webinar Debut

He is loved by all and many of you have already had the chance to hear him once, so it’s with great pride (of course he is a Californian) that I share with you that Hall Davidson will be making his first webinar debut.  This will be the first in a series of webinars with experts in a variety of areas. 

Hall always entertains and I can assure you that this is one you will not want to miss. So, here’s all the information…https://discoveryed.webex.com/discoveryed/onstage/g.php?d=551877496&t=a

COST: FREE!

Only 200 people will be able to participate. Please reserve your spot early!

Questions? Email Shelley Santora Jones at shelley_santorajones@discovery.com

So, if you will be attending make sure you RSVP, by clicking on the link above. 

Then make sure you post a comment here so that we can see who will be there. 

WHEN: Wednesday, January 18th at 5 PM EDT (note…. this is 2:00 Cali time!)

WHO: Hall Davidson, renown education keynote speaker and expert in education technology

TOPIC: A walkthrough of the incredible wealth of teaching media resources available on the internet — videos, images, sounds, music, speeches, projects and more! Also, tips and tricks for making these resources accessible and friendly for students. And Hall will share with you a secret for ensuring that media resources can be tied to your own state standards.

REGISTRATION: For information and to register visit:

Comments

  1. Ken Decroo

    I am looking forward to this event…I always take something very profound away when I hear Hall present…. He truely is the cheerleader for digital generation!

  2. Kimberly

    I have just signed up. I enjoyed listening to him at the DEN conference in Fontana and looking forward to his webinar debut.

  3. Mark Jeffery

    Hall is always so fun and informative at the same time! Even though I will be in Santa Fe, NM at a conference, I will definitely be tuned in to this event. Thanks for the opportunity.

  4. Susan Little

    Looking forward to the webinar!

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