Picture this: the sun is shining, you’re wearing your favorite summer casual clothes (an old Phish t-shirt in my case), but you’re going to miss a great day of outdoor play because you have to go to school for a summer PD day. What if there was a better way to do summer PD? There is! 

With the courses that I offer on PracticalEdTech.com you can complete the lessons when it’s convenient for you. Do them on a rainy day this summer or do them while sitting on your porch and drinking coffee from your favorite mug instead of that beat-up travel mug you hauled to school for the last 187 days. 

Animated Explanations!
This five-part course teaches you everything you need to know to create and teach with your own animated explanations. In the course you’ll learn why the process of creating animated explanations is valuable to your students and to you. You’ll learn how to make everything from a simple one-frame animation to a complete animated video. Click here to learn more and get started today!

How to Create & Sell Your Own Digital Products
In this four-part course you’ll learn how to create and sell eBooks, webinars, video courses, lesson plans, and more! And I’ll help you promote your new products! All of the course material is delivered in a series of four weekly emails. Each lesson includes written materials, templates, and video tutorials. You can email me all of your questions as you go through the course. And at the end you can book a one-on-one Zoom call with me! Learn more here and get started here!

Five Video Projects for Almost Every Classroom
In this five-part course you’ll learn how to create and conduct video projects in almost any K-12 classroom! You can do these projects on Chromebooks, iPads, Mac, and Windows computers. Highlights of this course include making green screen videos, creating animated videos, and a variety of ways to create instructional videos. Learn more here and get started here.

If you’ve already taken one of these courses, thank you! Your support makes it possible for me to keep creating resources for teachers.