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Friday, January 6, 2017

Teaching History With Technology Begins on Monday Night

Last summer twenty-five middle school and high school teachers joined me to learn about tools and tactics for teaching history with technology. So far another 15 are registered for the next offering of the course which begins on Monday night. Registration is still open. The three week course begins on January 9th at 7pm Eastern Time.

Teaching History With Technology is a three week course in which you will learn how to develop engaging and challenging history activities. You will learn how to use tools like Google Earth and Maps, multimedia timelines, and video production tools. You will discover primary source databases, and learn how to help your students become better researchers. This course features three interactive online meetings along with a discussion forum in which you can further interact with me and your classmates. Certificates of completion are awarded for three hours of professional development.

Course FAQs

  • The course begins on January 9th at 7pm ET. Subsequent meetings are on January 16th and 23rd at 7pm ET.
  • The cost is $97.
  • All webinars are conducted live.
  • The sessions are recorded for those who cannot make it to the live sessions.  
  • Certificates for 3 hours of PD will be awarded to participants. 
Richard, why are you charging for the course? 
I explain the answer in this video