Medal of Honor Recipient, Harold A. Fritz, will speak with students and teachers in honor of National Medal of Honor Day as part of a program hosted by edWeb.net and the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation
Problem-Attic, the online question bank for K-12 educators, has launched a free professional learning community around Assessment for Learning on edWeb.net, a professional learning and social network for the education community.
TIME For Kids (TFK) presented a webcast on January 23rd for teachers and students to connect with scientists working in Antarctica. Teachers from more than 1,500 schools participated in this unique event that connected students with scientists from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to answer students’ questions about Antarctica and the experience of working in this remote region of the earth. The program was hosted by edWeb.net, the online learning… read more →
The Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation (CMOHF) has undertaken a broad range of education Initiatives aimed at increasing awareness of the Medal of Honor and what it represents.
Which new education technology companies are most innovative and most likely to succeed? Each year, the Education Division of the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) spotlights new companies and products in the education technology market with a semi-annual Innovation Incubator Awards Competition.
Funds For Learning, a professional firm specializing in the federal E-rate funding program, has launched a free professional learning community, Your Online Guide to E-rate Funding, on edWeb.net.
TIME For Kids, a weekly classroom news magazine that motivates kids to read, and edWeb.net, a professional social and learning network, will be presenting a webinar, “TFK Live From Antarctica!,” on Thursday, January 23rd at 1PM Eastern Time. In this webinar, TFK science writer David Bjerklie and photo editor and photographer Don Heiny will broadcast live from Antarctica to talk about their experience and the work being done on the… read more →
AWE, a developer of digital learning products for the PreK-3 market, has launched a free professional learning community around PreK-3 Digital Learning on edWeb.net, a professional learning and social network for the early childhood education community. The community is being launched in conjunction with the NAEYC Conference (National Association for the Education of Young Children) in Washington, DC this week. The PreK-3 Digital Learning community provides a place where early… read more →
One of the fastest growing areas of innovation in education is in the field of autism where technology solutions are helping students with autism to learn and communicate more effectively. edWeb.net has seen this trend in the professional learning community they created in 2010 for teachers working with autism. edWeb.net and Monarch Teaching Technologies are partnering to provide more assistance for educators looking for information on technology innovations that can… read more →
My Voice, a digital initiative from the Pearson Foundation, has announced a series of webinars in partnership with edWeb.net. The webinars will focus on how educators and administrators can gather critical information about students’ perceptions of their experiences at school in an effort to create more student-centered environments. My Voice helps students articulate their school-inspired sense of self-worth, engagement, and purpose. My Voice uses surveys to gather student perceptions and… read more →