Virtual School Meanderings

September 3, 2013

[FREE WORKSHOP] Conquer The Fear Of Teaching With Technology. Last Chance To Register!

This showed up in my inbox yesterday (note the event is tomorrow).

Register here for the LectureTools Quick Start Workshop
Increase learning, the easy way.

With the new term just around the corner, now is the time to prepare to teach your course using LectureTools, the world’s leading student engagement system. Studies have shown that engagement levels in classes using LectureTools rise from 3 percent to 65 percent!

Join us for this free, 60-minute workshop and learn how to use LectureTools from the inventor himself, Dr. Perry Samson.

Using LectureTools, instructors can easily generate engaging classroom conversation and get real-time feedback by uploading quizzes, polls and questions into their existing presentations. Students (even the shy ones) are empowered to participate using the cell phones, tablets and laptops they already own. You won’t want to miss this insightful session to see how this active learning solution engages students and puts the fun back in teaching.

Register for this free session:

  • Thursday, September 5th at 8 AM ET (US)

Register here

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