Making Multimedia Social Studies Lessons
Audio, Video, and More
Webinar: Making Multimedia Social Studies Lessons: Audio, Video, and More
Join EdTechTeacher instructor Greg Kulowiec and Richard Byrne of FreeTech4Teachers in this Free, one hour webinar that will explore tools, tips and strategies for facilitating an online, virtual history classroom. The webinar is designed for social studies and history teachers that are faced with leading online learning during this rapidly changing landscape of education.
Who Should Attend?
- High School History Teachers
- Middle School Social Studies Teachers
- History / Social Studies Department Heads
- The Webinar will be run with Zoom
- Please download Zoom ahead of time on your device
- Zoom Download Page
Meet the Instructors
Prior to joining EdTechTeacher, Greg spent eight years as a high school history teacher and one year as a technology integration specialist in Plymouth, Massachusetts. He began integrating technology into his classroom with early mobile devices including iPods and cell phones. An early adopter of iPads, Chromebooks and 1:1 environments, Greg quickly transitioned to integrating Project Based Learning Environments. Work that his students created during their studies of the Arab Spring of 2011 was featured on National Public Radio.
Since 2012 as a full time instructor with EdTechTeacher, Greg brings a dynamic approach to technology integration that is paired with powerful instructional frameworks such as Project Based Learning and Design Thinking. Greg works with school districts and teachers throughout the country in workshops and year long professional development to explore thoughtful and effective uses of technology. Greg is a Google Certified Trainer, a Microsoft Innovative Educator, and the co-host of the “So We’ve Been Thinking Podcast”. Greg has presented at MassCue, NCSS, MASCD, ISTE, Google’s Global Education Summit and the EdTechTeacher Innovation Summits. Greg lives in Newburyport, MA with his wife and two children.
Richard Byrne is the President of Byrne Instructional Media, LLC. He is best known for developing the award-winning blogs Free Technology for Teachers and Practical Ed Tech. His work is focused on helping teachers use technology to improve their students’ learning experiences. He has been a high school social studies teacher and is currently a computer science teacher.
Richard’s print work includes columns for School Library Journal, contributing author to What School Leaders Need to Know About Digital Technologies and Social Media, and articles for Teacher Librarian.
Richard is a five time winner of the Edublogs Award for Best Resource Sharing Blog. Richard is a Google Certified Teacher. He has received awards and recognitions for his work from many organizations including the California State University’s chancellor’s office. He is also a past finalist for ACTEM’s educator of the year award. And Tech & Learning Magazine called Richard one of their “people to watch” for the future of educational technology.
He has worked with schools and spoken at conferences on six continents and would gladly speak in Antarctica too. Richard lives in Maine with his family, their aloof cat and their loyal dogs.
For more information about these workshops, please contact Gail Ross-McBride at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 888-377-9518 ext 1.