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Podcasts for Professional Development:- K12 Online Conference - audio and video podcasts for professional development for teachers by teachers- MIT Open Courseware - Take an MIT training course, free.- The Education Podcast Network - Examples of education podcasts.- iTunes University: (Open iTunes --> iTunes U): From college level course at Stanford to podcasting for HS cyber courses, iTunes U is growing daily.iTunes_University.PNG

Webinars for Professional Development:- Classroom 2.0 Live - Free educational Webinars- The Discovery Education Network (DEN)- EdTech Talk - Collaborative open webcasting community- Blended Schools Network (BSN) - Free Webinar Training on Blackboard - Excellent for Cyber teachers
Opportunities through the Bucks County Intermediate Unit:- Virtual Speaker Series - Speakers such as Scott McLeod, Will Richardson, Richard Byrne, share their expertise.- Safari Montage Webinar Series - Specific classroom examples for most grade level and subject areas.
Open Educational Resources (OER) -- Professional Development Opportunities:- Open PD- Open PD regarding technology integration- Apps for PD - iPad apps for Professional Development- Open Times- Open online training for educators- Free, Short, Technology Moodle Courses - Examples include iPads in Education, Tech Literacy, Tech Applications, etc.- Google Professional Training - Open Google Training- Open Courseware Consortium
- Carnegie Mellon Open Free Courses
- Open Education Database- Free courses for teachers
- Free Open Courseware Over 55,000 free courses for teachers
- P2PU - The Peer 2 Peer University is a grassroots open education project in which anyone can participate. Volunteers facilitate the courses, but the learners are in charge. P2PU leverages both open content and the open social web, with a model for lifelong learning.- OpenStudy - OpenStudy is a social learning network where independent learners and traditional students can come together in a massively-multiplayer study group. Through OpenStudy, learners can find other working in similar content areas in order to support each other and answer each others’ questions. OpenStudy supports a number of study groups, including those focused on several MIT OCW courses.- 20 Free PD Opportunities for 2012 - Highlighted by Shelly TerrellHP.PNG- Free Mimio Trainings for Teachers
Free Technology Training Videos- Woopid Video Tutorials