edWeb has substantially raised our visibility with new audiences. Through our community features and webinars, we are able to promote thought leadership, professional learning, and audience participation around our mission. The monthly webinars have been phenomenal. They have helped us consistently reach large and international audiences, and have taken the burden off of of us to coordinate, manage, and promote webinars. I highly recommend edWeb’s professional learning community services.
In this month’s Common Core Standards in Math webinar on edWeb.net, presenter Sara Delano Moore talked about the developmental progression from addition to multiplication. She gave real world examples and practical application strategies to teach students of all ages.
The Prek-3 Digital Learning community on edWeb.net was proud to host presenter Mark Schlichting in this month’s session. Mark, a veteran children’s designer and creator of Broderbund’s Living Books series, shared his insights and experiences from 25 years of experience creating award winning educational interactive content for children.
This months Teaching Students with Autism webinar on edWeb.net explored simple solutions to solve social and behavior problems. Presenter Linda Hodgdon discussed visual strategies that are used effectively with students of all ages in both special and regular education settings.
The work you are doing at edWeb is outstanding and needs to be in the hands of more people. Leaders have to do a better job of modeling the learning process. Thanks again for the opportunity to present.
In this month’s edGlobal webinar on edWeb.net. presenters David Bong and Kyle Ennis discussed the importance of language assessment and new technologies to evaluate the learning of languages for students worldwide and in the workplace environment.
In this month’s Exploring eBooks for K-12 webinar on edWeb.net, presenter Carl Harvey provided ideas and examples of how educators and their students can create their own eBooks. He discussed how creating eBooks can be used as to tool to align with Common Core standards for collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity.
If you have ever thought about “Flipping” your classroom, you know the first question that comes to mind – “What if students do not have Internet access at home?” In this month’s TechTools for the Classroom webinar on edWeb.net, presenter Shannon Holden shared ways for teachers
In the third installment of the Charting Student Aspirations series of webinars on edWeb.net, presenter Adam Ray and special guests from Harding High School gave a real life example of My Voice in action. They shared their experiences the collaboration approach as well its relation to Common Core Standard
Thank you for the opportunity! It was amazing! We enjoyed the experience. I am still trying to wrap my head around the fact that my students shared an experience with scientists working in Antarctica in real time! Amazing!