O-M-G. I can’t thank you enough. We need this.
I enjoyed Mary Jo Huff’s Storytelling and Puppetry Webinar so much! I often use stuffed animals, finger puppets and other small manipulatives, like rubber ducks, to make activities more exciting in my preschool classroom but she gave me so many new ways to enhance my lessons for this coming year. Thanks for providing teachers with an interesting hour filled with some very creative new ideas!
I truly LOVE having access to such quality professionals in the education field, that are spread all across the country, and the access is from my home computer here in little old Gladstone, Oregon…technology is amazing!! My grandparents would be in total awe of what we’re capable of… Thanks to Lisa Schmucki and others that clearly had a vision and made it a reality! May edWeb continue for decades to come, supporting and educating professionals that daily impact our next generations!
Thank You edWeb. You have made my summer such a fantastic learning experience. The webinars have opened up so many different perspectives and I feel enriched. The hour long webinars have been rich in content and an excellent form of professional development right here in my home. Thank you edweb by keeping everything so updated and recent.
Recently, my Pre-K class and I took part in a webinar from edWeb via Time for Kids and viewed scientists “LIVE from Antarctica”. The scientist specifically spoke about the penguins they were studying. My students were so excited! How often do you actually get to hear and see live from actual scientists from their geological site? The students were also engaged in polls and answering questions from them. We learned many new facts about penguins and about Antarctica.
As always EDWeb, you ROCK!
Thank you edWeb.net, you are a new professional resource for me, and so far have been fabulous! Looking forward to building my online PLC.
I’ve learned so much this school year from these edWeb webinars!
Excellent resources. It was like attending FETC in Florida and not having to travel there!
New to edWeb…this is my 3rd webinar and I LOVE the professional development opportunities here. ADDICTED! My co-worker hooked me onto edWeb!
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.