Next week I’m hosting the third session of the Practical Ed Tech Virtual Summer Camp. The first two sessions were full of enthusiastic teachers who asked great questions and shared great ideas over the course of ten interactive webinars. Some of the topics that sparked the most questions were online assessment, digital portfolios, video creation, and developing virtual tours. But those are just some of the topics that are covered during the week. The full list is available right here on the registration page.

There is still time to register for the Practical Ed Tech Virtual Summer Camp that runs next Monday through Friday. A handful of seats are still available. You can claim yours right here.

Here are some comments from people in the first two sessions of this year’s Practical Ed Tech Virtual Summer Camp:

  • This is an awesome bootcamp with more stuff to learn than I could have ever imagined. The one I’m most interested in the portfolio. I can’t wait to play around with it. Thank you for offering this camp.
  • Thank you for a great workshop!
    I learned a lot and I will apply some of them to my Spanish classes next year.
     
  • The camp with you has been a delight and I’ve learned so much from you. I laugh every time you make a funny face for selfies or make drawings and laugh at yourself. I just wanted to let you know that I’m having a great time and learning so much.

Want to know more? 
Check out the FAQs or watch the video below.

p.s. sometimes people ask why I advertise this event here if it’s not free. The answer is that registration fees from this event and other PD webinars go toward keeping Free Technology for Teachers going. 



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