Discover more with Webinars

Are you ready to learn from the masters virtually?

100_0103 First, on Tuesday of next week we have a Digital Storytelling webinar with Kay Teehan. Information is found on the calendar and is open to everyone. Kay’s presentation on Digital Storytelling is going to be awesome! I’ve had the pleasure of seeing her present – so I can say that. I just wish I could give her more time. Brad Fountain even used her presentation for his in South Carolina!

Second, the next day Joe Brennan will be hosting the first EdTechConnect webinar. Joe was among the ten DEN members that I met when in Denver last year. He’s a Apple Distinguished Educator and was the Illinois Computing Educator’s Educator of the Year in 2003. He will be giving an overview of the Incomplete Guide to Digital Storytelling – An overview of the tools and resources available to students and teachers. If you’d like to register, you need to do so quick. There are only 200 spots!

Third, Discovery is offering webinars for all those new to the Network. Even if you have been an active STAR member, you may want to attend one of these sessions. If you do, the calendar is found here. If you know of someone interested in joining the STAR level of DEN, please refer them to the website.

WOW! What opportunities we have to learn more while in the comfy of our own chair and at our own computer.


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  1. Michele Futch said:

    The Webinars are a great opportunity for us to attend sessions that are at a more convenient time and place for us. Thanks! I will certainly be attending several of them.

  2. Tom Turner said:

    I have the DISTINGUISHED honor of working closely with Kay Teehan at Bartow Middle School. I’ve also been lucky to see her do this presentation in person. This is something you will DEFINITELY want to be around for!!!

  3. Cheryl Woolwine said:

    What a great way to train.I will be looking into a couple to attend. Actually ATLAS is doing one Tuesday night also!

  4. Michele Futch said:


    I am looking forward to your webinars. I’m sure you will be a great trainer. I have heard lots of positive things about your skills.

  5. Michele Futch said:

    You’re right, Cheryl.I forgot about the ATLAS webinar.

    I’ll probably have to pass on Kay’s webinar. It will be 3:00 pm CST when the Wednesday ATLAS webinar is going on. I can’t make the Wednesday ATLAS webinar due to a Faculty meeting during this same time. SORRY!

  6. Cheryl Woolwine said:

    If possible can ask Kay to redo her webinar. I would really like to participate but unfortunately ATLAS comes first on this one and then on Wednesday the Edtechconnect with Joe Brennan –

  7. Cheryl Woolwine said:

    Webinars are an awesome opportunity for everyone. The professional development it offers is great. The convenience of time is place is awesome!

  8. Danielle Abernethy said:

    Our time for Kay’s webinar is EST! She starts at 3:30 EST, which is 2:30 your time Michele (I love how Florida has 2 time zones!)

  9. Ana McMoran said:

    I am really enjoying the webinars. It is a great way to get ideas, new resources, share activities and projects, and in my case , gives me hope. At least, I know I am not alone doing what I am doing in the class. There are plenty of real professionals that believe, as I do, in technology integration. Thanks for the opportunity.

  10. Nathan Guteras said:

    My team of Peer Tech coaches are finding hte webinars about Learning Adds Up and Cosmeo very informative. Thank you for letting us know aobut them. Little by little I am seeing them find logical connections to use United Streaming resources in their weekly lessons. We did some US Constitution video clips and question and answers with our Second and Third graders about Washington DC and Philadelphia.

  11. Debbie Bohanan said:

    Webinars are a great way to learn new information in the comfort of your own home.

  12. Debbie Bohanan said:

    I just found out the the Florida Virtual School trained all their teachers at a national conference on how to conduct webinars. I would love to try and create my own webinar. One day the dream will become a reality.

  13. Debbie Bohanan said:

    The only thing that can be challenging about webinars is when you have a large number of people participating. So far I have been very fortunate and have only had a few people participating in the ones I have selected. I wonder how things went on the Digital Storytelling webinar if they really had 200 people?

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