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Concept to Classroom(2)

Concept to Classroom Concept to Classroom is a free series of award-winning professional development workshops covering important and timely topics in education such as: after-school programs, cooperative and collaborative learning, inquiry-based learning, webquests, use of the Internet in the classroom,
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Concept to Classroom


Concept to Classroom is a free series of award-winning professional development workshops covering important and timely topics in education such as: after-school programs, cooperative and collaborative learning, inquiry-based learning, webquests, use of the Internet in the classroom, and more. The workshops are intended for teachers, administrators, librarians, or anyone interested in education -- and there's no technical expertise required. They are self-paced, so you can explore them on your own time and go back as often as you like; you can take all of the workshops, or just one. You can obtain professional development credit after completing a workshop.

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