‘The sum of all the parts is greater than the whole’ – COLLABORATION – edWeb is fun and informative!!!
I have posts from edWeb come in through my school email account and they open the door to discussion in this immediate community but also with my students! Some of the cases I’ve read make for great class opening discussions and add a rich depth to my lessons. Frankly, I enjoy learning with this community and I will continue to share the resources developed and provided by Common Sense Media. I look forward to “kicking off” my 2015-2016 academic year with a collection of Digital Passports, units, and case-scenario role plays!
I am always showing educators and administrators the wonders of all that is edWeb.
edWeb has become a valuable component of my professional development. Thank you, edWeb, for putting me in the driver’s seat of my development!!
I just wanted to say thanks for all of your help as a group and individually with setting up the communities. I may have found another interesting vocation – all this technology is fun to learn! The system is really easy to use.
Downloading the edweb calendar is one of the best things I ever did.
I am so grateful to have the support system of so many brilliant minds on this site. Thank you again!
I did an extensive search to see which online educational program would best meet my need for a platform that created a collaborative online learning community that I could use for the doctoral seminars I teach. I settled on edWeb and could not be more pleased, both because of its collaborative features and because of the first-class support it provides. Any question or issue I have had is immediately addressed with a high level of professional expertise.
I just love the edWeb.net team and all that the organization has to offer! Keep up the terrific work, because educators like myself are truly benefiting from the outstanding information and ideas presented in your webinars.
edWeb is a goldmine.
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!