Free Webinar: How to Incorporate Social Media Into Your Classroom

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September 19th, 2013

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We’re excited to announce a new webinar that we’re co-hosting with PBS LearningMedia next month:

Let’s Get Social! How To Effectively Incorporate Social Media Into Your Classroom

Host: Edmodo + PBS LearningMedia
Date: October 8, 2013, 7 PM EDT

In this webinar, you’ll learn how to integrate social media into your classroom, view best practices and real-life examples of successful integrations, and share helpful tools and tips that can help get you connected today.

Sign up for free and download this helpful how-to guide before the webinar to help you get started.

GYTOGet Your Tech On!

This webinar is part of a new initiative launched by PBS LearningMedia called Get Your Tech On. The effort is designed to encourage more educators to use digital technology and resources in their classrooms. Visit the Get Your Tech On site to access free resources, including additional webinars, videos, professional development opportunities, and whitepapers. Bonus – You can also enter a contest to win a tablet for every teacher at your school!

11 responses to “Free Webinar: How to Incorporate Social Media Into Your Classroom”

  1. B Hepworth says:

    Looking forward to it!

  2. Bren Martin says:

    Also, it would be nice if you would share perspectives/comments on articles like this –

  3. Eric says:

    I also look forward to the learning experience

  4. I would love to participate in this Webinar.


  5. Juanita says:

    Will the webinar be archived?

  6. J Zackon says:

    Do you archive your webinars for future use if someone cannot see it at the time of actual showing?

  7. CT Linn says:

    Looking forward to it, but may need a raincheck. I believe I may have to announce a soccer game that night, which will probably last well past your start time. If so, will you have a second showing or transcript or the like?

  8. Helen says:

    I have checked PBSlearningmedia site, the session is still not available for viewing. When will it be become available?

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