Pre-register for the next PBwiki Camp

Over 1,500 teachers signed up for PBwiki summer camp. Check out what they’re saying:

“This course is incredible and the amount of info is overwhelming 🙂 not in a bad way”

“I want to learn as much as I can about the “free” tools available to educators. This weeks resources page is amazing! I’ve heard and used some of the tools but will make use of many more by they end of the camp. This is awesome!”

“Thank you for all the tools and information you are providing. It is a tremendous help and is saving me a plethora of hours trying to find Internet tools to use in the classroom. I so appreciate what you’re doing.” -p.c.ames

PBwiki Summer Camp has been so successful and we want to make sure everyone has an opportunity to participate. You can now pre-register for the next free PBwiki camp and be the first to know when it’s taking place.

Register here

11 thoughts on “Pre-register for the next PBwiki Camp

  1. I would like to learn how to use PBwiki better, and make it easier for my colleagues to use too.

  2. I just finished the camp and thought it was awesome! I needed that push to do things I wanted to do but didn’t have time to do or feel motivated to try. Instructions were explained clearly and I loved the support system where my questions were answered almost immediately. Thank you for a wonderful experience!

  3. Just wondering — I love the idea of the summer camp, but is there any ideas in the pipeline to have those kind of sessions for other users? 🙂 Personally, I’d love one for people really pushing the limits and making the most use out of pbwiki! I’m always on the lookout for tips & tricks!


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