Power Up Learning with Task Cards

Free Webinar Replay

Thanks for your interest in Power Up Learning with Task Cards! This webinar replay consists of two videos created from a webinar that Rachel Lynette and I presented in September 2016. The live webinar was presented in one long session, but the replay was divided into two parts to make it easier to view. If you enjoy this webinar, visit my Free Webinars page to sign up for another replay or live webinar! If you would like a PD certificate, you can purchase the Power Up Learning Task Cards Webinar Pack which is just $6.95 for both videos or one of the bundles featured on this page.

Power Up Learning with Task Cards (Part One – 51 Minutes)

Power Up Learning with Task Cards (Part Two – 57 minutes)

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Professional Development Certificate Info

Power Up Learning with Task Cards PD Certificate

Professional development certificates are not free when you watch a free live webinar or free recording, but they are included with the purchase of my webinar products and bundles. The PD certificate shown here is included in all 3 products above. Sales of these items help to offset the expenses I incur when developing and producing these webinars.

While I don’t have the authority to award PD credit for watching the webinar, your school or district might accept the certificate on the right along with copies of your webinar notes. It’s worth a try, and even if you don’t get credit, you can keep those documents on file as a part of your teaching portfolio.