What a good news!
Though, I have bought the access to the WiZiQ this Fall and have been
working with my students there. It is really a fantastic platform.
Join and enjoy!
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On 9 December 2012 02:45, Holly Dilatush <holly@...> wrote:
> I'm very interested in this offer.
> I do have an account on WiZiQ already, though, so can't register for a new
> Is there a way to have my account converted to a free teacher account?
> Thank you (I'll try and send a message direct to WiZiQ, too.
> On Fri, Dec 7, 2012 at 4:21 AM, Dr. Nellie Deutsch
> > **
> > I've been teaching face-to-face in a traditional school (too
> > traditional) for the past 30 + years. While I love the challenges I face
> > in the classroom, I find the virtual classroom and online teaching with
> > Moodle very engaging for my students and I. I have tried to share my
> > teaching experiences with technology with my colleagues, but they seem
> > to be stuck in the past and can't be bothered with changing the way they
> > have been teaching. I joined the Webheads in 2005 because I wanted to
> > share and learn from others who were using technology.
> > I try to share as much as I can that is free and useful for teachers.
> > Sometimes I get the feeling that people are suspicious of free things
> > and prefer to pay. WizIQ is an example of what is free, yet many prefer
> > to pay than can a free account. I have been using WizIQ since 2007
> > because they listen and implement my suggestions. They have come a long
> > way in improving their product and course features. You can now create
> > courses on WizIQ, add content and teach online very easily. I have tried
> > to convince other providers to give teachers free accounts for more than
> > 3 people, but they refused.
> > I have been after WizIQ to provide free premium and organization
> > accounts for teachers that teach in fully online or blended learning
> > courses. They have finally come through. Teachers can now get free
> > accounts but only if they teach in schools and have the schools emails.
> > However, I have asked that even teachers who are not affiliated with
> > schools get a free teacher account. Please let me know if you're
> > interested in using WizIQ for your online teaching, meetings, or
> > research. I conducted my online interviews on WizIQ. Here's how to get
> > your free premium accounts <http://www.wiziq.com/academic/?gid=100041> .
> > Try the system and let me know what you think or if you need any help.
> > I hope you and your students can get the most using online virtual
> > classes.
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