Nov. Google Search Education webinar: Training when time is tight

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Google Search Educators

Nov 3, 2011, 6:02:38 PM11/3/11
to Event Notification for Google Search Education Courses (K-12),
What: Training when time is tight
Who: Fred Delventhal
When: Wednesday, November 16, 2011 4:00 pm (Pacific)
Where: Register here--
What if I can't make it?: As always, you can find the archives here:

Professional development time for teachers is decreasing. Whether due
to funding cuts or or just a jammed pack schedule, finding an hour to
do a workshop is tough. In this webinar we'll explore and share ideas
for learning how to save time using Google Search. Participants will
uncover ways that Google can help them and their staff strengthen
their search skills to learn what they need to know when they need to
know it.

About the speaker:
Fred Delventhal works as senior level Instructional Technology
Coordinator for Arlington Public Schools in Virginia. He has presented
at National Educational Computer Conference, Northern Virginia
Technology Educational Consortium conferences, the Technology and
Learning Symposia (Virginia), and the Virginia Department of Education
Educational Technology Leadership Conference. Fred has worked as an
adjunct professor for George Mason University Instructional Technology
Certificate Program, the Four Rivers Consortium (Virginia), and most
recently for the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

In 2009 Fred became a Google Certified Teacher and was named one of
the leaders of the year by the Discovery Educator Network.

In 2011 Fred was one of the recipients of Discovery Education's
Professional Learning DEN award.

Fred is part of the network and actively participates in
the Google Educast Podcast.

Hope to see you there!
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