Join Us for the Free Webinar: How to Innovate the Classroom Using New Technologies

By on March 31, 2014 . Category Events

Technology is changing the world and the vast amount of information available on the web is challenging teachers to be more creative every day. It’s not an easy task to choose the right tools and platforms to drive the pupil’s attention inside the classroom. But the future of education is happening now and delivering relevant content doesn’t need to be tiresome.

That`s why Widbook is proud to announce that it will be hosting a Webinar on how new technologies can be powerful allies in education. It will be held on April 10, at 4 pm EST.

You can register for free by clicking here. Spots are limited, so don’t miss out!


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About the Webinar

The Webinar will discuss how teachers can innovate the classroom using new technologies and platforms such as Widbook.

For this edition, we invited John Hardison, an educator who is innovating his classroom using new tools and techniques. He is going to share insights and tips on innovation to catchy the students attention. Clicking here to learn more about what he is doing. If you wish to send questions in advance, please use the email: me@widbook.com.

This Webinar is an excellent opportunity to get your classroom out there being innovative. If you are eager to stand out using creativity, register now for free.


About John Hardison

John Hardison is a co-Chief of Staff and blended learning specialist for the E.P.I.C.C. Academy at East Hall High School in Gainesville, Georgia. He is also a facilitator of learning in an interactive classroom called Studio 113, where literature creatively comes to life on a stage with students as the stars. In the past 16 years at East Hall High School, Hardison has taught AP Language, American Literature, World Literature, and Applied Communications. Through original learning structures and a shared classroom concept, students are inspired to connect literature with their own talents and interests. Follow John on Twitter at @JohnHardison1.



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