As we exit the golden age of the textbook and increasingly begin to use digital content in our classrooms, it becomes essential for all teachers to have the ability to create and share their own digital lessons.
This webinar gave educators—teachers from all grade levels and subject areas, as well as principals and other administrators —an overview of the reasons why flipping may just be the “hottest new thing” in education today.
As a teacher, Todd Nesloney was active on Twitter and as a blogger. Based on his social media presence, which showcased his love of project-based learning, Navasota School District offered him a job as principal at an underperforming fourth- and fifth-grade campus, along with the rare opportunity to transform the school from the ground up.
We all launch into a new school year with enthusiasm and determination: “I’ll get good grades, have perfect attendance”…then reality sets in: This is HARD! How can we engage students in active learning and help them to maintain that September momentum throughout the entire school year?
This session offered ten easy-to-implement yet essential strategies to optimize learning for little ones ages 0-5. Strategies included harnessing the power of music and movement, incorporating sensory experiences, using repetition to cement knowledge, and more!
This edWeb.net TechTools for the Classroom webinar walked attendees through how to use an online quizzing platform and discussed why using testing software can save teachers time and work.
Before you turn your conventional classrooms upside down, consider how the very different needs of your youngest learners should shape blended learning implementations for PreK-Grade 3.