These 6 edtech courses are free for the rest of the year

If you’re about to head off to holiday break, congratulations! You’ve made it! You deserve to kick back, play with friends and family, and recover from the hectic start of the school year. But after you’ve had your hot cocoa, opened up all your presents, and realize school is resuming soon … what then?

Don’t let that wave of panic hit you like it did last year. Get prepared for the new year by enrolling in half a dozen edtech courses from Skills Genius. It’s an online learning platform the editors of Daily Genius are developing. We want you to help us kick the tires of some of our early courses and are making all 6 edtech courses totally FREE for the month of December.

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How To Get The 6 Free EdTech Courses

You don’t need any special coupon code or secret link. Just head over to the Skills Genius course catalog and enroll in as many of the courses as you like. Easy as that. You just need to create a free account so you can manage your courses, continue your learning on a mobile device, etc. It’s all completely free.

Normally these courses range from $9 to $29 each so this is a pretty solid deal, if I don’t say so myself. As the guy who made a few of the courses, I hope you leave some feedback and request a course that you’d like to see me make or even start teaching a course. I’m always looking for new sources of inspiration. What better way than my PLN?

How To Build A Landing Page That Really Works

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The sooner you get an effective landing page up and running, the sooner you start driving traffic, leads, and revenue. Take this course to fast-track this process and get an exceptional landing page (or more) by learning from a lead generation expert who has built landing pages and entire companies based on driving traffic.

This premium course will save you hundreds of dollars, weeks of time, and at least a month of research. Better yet, there’s a money-back guarantee plus the ability to hold 1-on-1 video chats with the teacher. Pretty great, no?

The Beginner’s Guide To WordPress

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This is a free course designed to help you easily grasp the basics of WordPress – one of the world’s most popular blogging and CMS platforms. You can build an online store, a business website, or – you know – just start a regular ol’ blog.

Whatever you choose to do with the powerful WordPress publishing platform, you can rest assured you’ll feel comfortable with the basics after taking this course.

How To Start Using Google Apps In Your Classroom

Ready to go Google? Click here to start the course

Do you want to streamline and simplify your classroom? Google Apps For Education can be a powerful suite of tools that let you organize, manage, reward, and even grade your students. Google tools are robust and, for the most part, free.

This is one of the easiest but effective edtech courses that will walk you through some of my favorite Google tools and give you tips on how to make the most out of each of them. You’ll learn best practices, current integration techniques, and more.

How to create an editorial style guide for schools around the world

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Your school needs a streamlined and professional message. This course shows you how to make that happen.

 A Visual Guide To Education Technology Integration

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This course uses visuals and other multimedia to help teachers and school administrators who are integrating education technology.

You can enroll in the class for free and also sign up for 1-on-1 video discussions with the teacher and other edtech experts. This is a great way to help answer some of the toughest questions you’ve got as well as learn how to make your edtech integration a success. It’s a personalized touch and is an entirely optional add-on to the course.

The Beginner’s Guide To Using Social Media In Government

Learn more about this course for government(s) here

Not strictly edtech-focused but still quite relevant. Early adopters often become the key influencers in most countries. Is your government ready to go social?

Written by Jeff Dunn

Jeff is an education and technology lover who has worked in far too many industries to count. Okay, like maybe 5 or 6. Jeff can indeed count that high but it's not recommended. Jeff also likes to write bios in the third-person.

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