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Free Education Workshops

Concept to Classroom is a free series of award winning professional development workshops covering education topics such as after school programs, cooperative and collaborative learning, inquiry based learning, webquests, use of the Internet in the classroom, and more. The workshops
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Concept to Classroom is a free series of award-winning professional development workshops covering education topics 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; you can take all of the workshops, or just one. Professional development credit available after completing a workshop.

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