Deb deVries, co-founder and President of Girls Thinking Global, and Lisa Schmucki, founder and CEO of edWeb.net, were interviewed on Education Talk Radio by program host Larry Jacobs.
edWeb.net and the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation present new, live interviews with Medal of Honor recipients in the Lessons of Personal Bravery and Self-Sacrifice professional learning community (PLC).
Edcamps are a great way for educators to meet with peers in their area and share great ideas. edWeb was pleased to be able to support our friends Peggy George and Deirdre Shetler with EdCamp Phoenix.
Jessica Reighard discusses how teachers are teaching students with all kinds of learning, social, emotional, and developmental learning. Their research shows that today’s student body is more and more diverse, with behavior issues, and social and emotional issues, that are interfering with the ability to learn. We’re not preparing our teachers for the challenges of the classroom.
I “test drive” each of the featured apps so that teachers can make a determination about whether or not to download and try them. Researching, downloading, and sampling these apps can take a LOT of time – I show you ten awesome apps in one hour or less!
Many teachers asked, “How do I earn respect from my administration?” A teacher’s relationship with their administration is the most important relationship in an educator’s professional life. If the interactions are strained, it can put a lot of stress on the teacher.
In 2015 edWeb.net hosted 300 webinars – from gaming and code to literacy and art, we explored so many topics in education this year. Check out our list of the top ten attended webinars in 2015!
The question now is not “where can I find help?” but “how can I quickly curate all of the resources available to find the best help for me and my students?” The options can be overwhelming!
Almost 10,000 early childhood educators traveled to Orlando, Florida from across the United States and from as far as Hong Kong to attend the 2015 NAEYC Annual Conference & Expo. This conference is the largest get-together of classroom teachers, faculty, administrators, researchers, and thought leaders who are critically important experts and contributors in early childhood education.
One of the scariest thing a new teacher faces is the prospect of having to ask someone for help. Many novices would rather suffer in silence than reveal to a colleague that they are experiencing problems in the classroom.