Explore, Create, Contribute: the Best in Free Online Resources for Educators

I’m excited to lead a WizIQ webinar called “Explore, Create, Contribute: the Best in Free Online Resources for Educators.” It’s free and coming soon on 2 April 2015 at 2:30 EST.  Hopefully you can come!

In these days of ubiquitous free online resources, you may be wondering about my use of “the best” in describing the online resources we’ll explore. You may ask yourself, “How would she know the best online resources?”

Well, there is a hint in the title: Explore, Create, Contribute. In this webinar, we will definitely explore excellent free online resources. In fact, they are the most useful resources I’m using right now for teaching English language learners in Bahrain.

What will make them even better, though–the best–is when you join in, sharing your gift, creating and contributing, as well. Hopefully, you’ll be inspired to do just that. Join us!

2 April 2015 Explore, Create, Contribute for WizIQ

6 thoughts on “Explore, Create, Contribute: the Best in Free Online Resources for Educators

  1. Hello, My name is Sarah Sanders and I am studying Elementary Education at the University of South Alabama. I think this is a great initiative! I am in a class right now called EDM 310 that discusses technology in the classroom. We have been discussing how it is the educator’s role to teach students which resources to use and how to use them. This is exactly what I interpret will be done in your webinar. I hope I can attend and look forward to hearing the collaboration of great educators.

  2. Sarah,
    It’s always good to hear from USA students. EDM 310 is an important class! Has Dr. Strange retired yet? Or is he still there this semester?

    That would be great! It would be wonderful to have a friendly face (or voice or person behind the chat window) in the crowd. Hope to see you at the webinar!


  3. This is great, Denise. Your creativity never ceases to amaze me. I want to watch your pod cast. I’m at school at 2:30 on that day. Can I save it somehow? You are much more tech savvy than I would ever dream of being… Let me know, if I can save it.

    1. Hi, Kim, how fun is that? It would be a pleasure to have you there, in spirit, and later during the recording. Please register for it, then you’ll be sent the link, so you can watch it later. I don’t think it’s open to the public after the live webinar, so your name should be on the list to receive the follow-up email. You’ll have to create an account on WizIQ.

      Thanks for coming by, my dear old friend. Not really old–just since fourth grade old!


  4. I’m so excited about this new avenue for you, Denise! I’ve signed up, but I may be on the way to our newest grandchild’s baptism, so I plan on watching later. Have fun!

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