Students with autism can achieve great success in environments that help them succeed. How does that work? Settings that are “autism communication friendly” provide a variety of little things that result in big positive changes in student participation.
April brings us a month of celebrating our families and friends with Autism. It is AWARENESS about Autism, that each person with a diagnosis is a unique individual who is a brother, sister, son, daughter, aunt, uncle, neighbor, student, or friend.
Last year, before our professional development hours were due, I was short. I had been at plenty of PD sessions, I was just teaching them all, and you don’t get credit for that. (Strangely enough.) So, I scrambled and found a few cheap workshops in the area that I could attend, though I did end up having to take a personal day to attend one. I knew there had to be a better way.
This week, eSchool News published an article that named edWeb as one of the top 10 ed-tech resources for school administrators (right up there with the Cloud).
On this month’s interview on Education Talk Radio, hosted by edweb.net, Karen Collias, founder of Knowledge without Borders, shared some insight on how online learning communities can be used to expand the knowledge base of educators, worldwide. Karen has broad and extensive experience in… read more »
What a year! In 2013, edWeb hosted 230 webinars on many different topics in education. Educators from all over the world joined in on edWebinars about cool new tech tools for the classroom, the Common Core State Standards, flipping classrooms, digital citizenship, and much more.… read more »
Eric Sheninger hosts the Leadership 3.0 Community on edWeb.net. Read his post about his new book! edWeb members get 20% off – join the Leadership 3.0 Community today. “I am very excited about my upcoming book titled “Digital Leadership: Changing Paradigms for Changing Times”… read more »