EdTechConnect Weekly!

Love EdTechConnect?  Then you’re really going to love this! 

EdTechConnect, the monthly webinar series featuring the biggest names in the ed-tech community, is going weekly!  For the entire month of April, we will have a different webinar every week.  The Discovery Educator Network team is pulling out all the stops and sharing with you some of the most cutting edge ways to incorprorate digital media in the classroom.  From iPods to Podcasting, and Google Earth to Widgets, we’re going to be showing you new and innvotive ways to take unitedstreaming to the next level.

April 4: Staggeringly Great Things Mixing Media and Google Earth with Hall Davidson
April 11: unitedstreaming 24/7 with Lance Rougeux
April 18: Widgetizing the Builders with Steve Dembo
April 25: Do You Have the Audacity to Podcast? with Jannita Demian

OR Click here to register to register for them all!

But that’s not all.  This month it’s our turn, next month it will be your turn!  If you’re using Digital Media in the classroom to transform your students’ learning, then you might be one of the stars of the May EdTechConnect!  Keep your eyes open on the blogs for an application to be a featured speaker for the final EdTechConnect of the 2006-2007 school year.

The first ETC of the month is going to be Hall Davidson’s Staggeringly Great Things – Mxing Media and Google Earth.  Image overlays, embedded media, and flying tours are only the beginning. Hall will teach you the nuts and bolts of Google Earth plus how to take it to the next level: building themes that enhance geography and where they live on the Web. 

REGISTER HERE!

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  1. Teryl Magee said:

    Wow, great opportunites. Thanks everyone for your time!

  2. Jennifer Dorman said:

    Great line-up for EdTechConnect. Excellent and timely topics.

    Is there any possibility of getting some sort of “certificate of participation” for the EdTechConnect webinar series so that teachers can declare them as part of their state-required professional development hours? (such as, Act 48 hours in Pennsylvania)

    I’m not really sure what needs to be done to certify the Discovery webinars as approved professional development vendors . . .

    It is just a thought. A few teachers have asked me about it.

  3. Nancy Mangum said:

    These sound great! Thank you for giving us opportunities like these! If we are unable to attend the session live, will these be archived?

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