Joe Sanfelippo, edWeb presenter and Superintendent and Elementary Principal of the Fall Creek School District in Fall Creek, Wisconsin
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.
Allan R Chabot-Stahls from Port-au-Prince, Haïti
I have found that these webinars have been incredible for personal development, have done 40+ since last fall and love the entire concept of the edWeb network of groups – it really narrows things down to communities of people with whom you can really work with on common goals.
Janie Ashcraft Winn, Ph.D, Kindergarten Teacher, Morgan Elementary School
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!
Debra Sahleen, Teacher, Colton Elementary, OR
Thank you so very much for providing this FREE webinar – with funding so tight, this option is about all we have for our professional development.
Rosa Blocker, Library Media Specialist
Thank you Shannon for the resources that have been posted in the “Stop Bullying” community. I have been sharing them with our counselor and incorporating them in the cyberbullying/internet safety unit I teach with our 4th and 5th graders. I’m always glad to find practical, common sense materials that have the heart of a child as the focal point. Appreciate it!
Media SpecialistSonoraville Elementary School, Calhoun, Georgia
I wanted to let you know how impressed I am with the quality of the webinars for library media specialists. I watched my first one yesterday and immediately e-mailed the other media specialists in our district to let them know about this incredible resource.
Amber Cece, Teacher of the Visually ImpairedHouston Independent School System
“This is the best presenter and the best video I have ever seen. This man MUST be a regular to help us understand the appropriate components to learning.”
Mary Elizabeth Smith Bryan University
These are some of the best webinars ever!
Heather Murfee, School LibrarianElko Middle School
I have thoroughly enjoyed being a part of many edWeb communities, and benefited greatly from the recent webinars.
Trish MohrGrand Forks, ND
Hi!! Awesome work! THANK YOU for bringing this network of education to us!!
Nicole Rothbauer, edWeb PresenterSalem City (Ohio)
Thank you soooooo much! I really have to say this was an AMAZING experience for me! You and your team are wonderful!!!
Lorraine Scaffidi, Librarian, The Kings Christian SchoolCherry Hill, NJ
Thanks so much. These webinars are great. I cannot imagine how else I would be able to participate in PD on this level!