There is no charge for those who attend the live sessions. During the workshops, I will share best practices and ideas. I will also be sharing resources that are available to save you time if you do not wish to create some of the resources on your own. There are also free resources that are available at the end of the workshop.
Each workshop varies, but I try to get the workshop completed within an hour period. Make sure you stay to the end so you can receive your files and certificate.
You can see all of my upcoming sessions by clicking HERE.
I am in the Denver area, so I am in MST time zone. To convert the time to your time zone, click HERE.
Life happens! If you sign up and are unable to attend, don’t worry. You will get a replay link within 24 hours that will offer the recorded workshop.
Yes! I do provide a certificate of attendance. The link to this certificate is provided towards the end of the presentation. You are welcome to submit this certificate to your school, district, or state. Please check with those agencies for their policies regarding credit.
Yes! I’d love to hear your ideas. You can submit your requests to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Even with the best of intentions, things can happen, right? If there are some glitches, we work hard to resolve them during the webinar.
IMPORTANT: Please follow these guidelines to have the best webinar experience:
1. Keep Your Webinar Link Handy – Use the link provided in the confirmation email you receive from us.
2. Refresh or Re- Join – If you can not longer see or hear me, or you get bounced from the webinar for any reason, you will want to refresh your screen by clicking the refresh button in the dark bar at the bottom of the screen.
3. The Right Browser Matters – While most any browser works, we recommend Google Chrome as your internet browser.
If you attend the webinar on a wireless connection, you may experience some buffering and pixelation issues or see fuzzy or blurry video, especially in the first few minutes or if you have other apps running at the same time.
Streaming video makes your internet connection work hard. Try an encourage other people who are on the same connection to refrain from downloading large files or streaming video (this includes Netflix or Xbox live) during the duration of the webinar. This will greatly improve your picture and audio quality.
4. Close Other Programs – Close down all software, apps, and browser tabs on your device, except what you are using to view the webinar –
This will insure that you don’t have any hardware or software conflicts that could bounce you off the webinar and frees up as many of your machine/device’s resources as possible for the best viewing experience.
Some programs that can impact the quality of your picture are things that sync in the background, like Dropbox, Google Drive or Evernote. For best results turn them off until the webinar is over.
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