Top 25 edWeb Webinars of 2013

edweb-free-webinar147pxWhat a year! In 2013, edWeb hosted 230 webinars on many different topics in education. Educators from all over the world joined in on edWebinars about cool new tech tools for the classroom, the Common Core State Standards, flipping classrooms, digital citizenship, and much more.

Over 75,000 educators signed up for edWebinars in 2013 – 35,000 attended live and 50,000 watched the recordings.  That’s a lot of online professional learning and collaboration!

Check out one (or all) of our Top 25 webinars from 2013 – let us know which was your favorite, and what topic(s) you want more of in 2014 by tweeting @edwebnet with #edwebchat. Here’s the list:

1. Reading Informational Text: Focus on Integration of Knowledge and Ideas
Presented by Suzanne Zimbler, Assistant Managing Editor, TIME For Kids and Jaime Joyce, Assistant Managing Editor, Education, TIME For Kids
From Real World Literacy and the Common Core

2. Common Core and Text Types:  What Should Students Be Reading?
Presented by Kevin Baird, Chairman of the Board at the nonprofit Center for College and Career Readiness
From Implementing the Common Core State Standards

3. Teaching Copyright and Fair Use to the Remix Generation
Presented by Gail Desler, Technology Integration Specialist at Elk Grove Unified School District, and co-creator of Digital ID
From Digital Citizenship

4. Flipping Your Classroom Step-by-Step
Presented by Shannon Holden, Assistant Principal, Republic Middle School, MO
From TechTools

5. Rosetta Stone Demonstrates Language Learning for K-12
Presented by Jennifer Frazier, Director of Institutional Solutions at Rosetta Stone
From Using Technology for Language Instruction

6. Reading Informational Text: Analyzing Craft and Structure
Presented by Suzanne Zimbler, Assistant Managing Editor, TIME For Kids and Jaime Joyce, Assistant Managing Editor, Education, TIME For Kids
From Real World Literacy and the Common Core

7. Classroom Tools to Teach Point of View and Purpose – CCSS Standard 6
Presented by Dr. Susan Hall, Founder and President of the 95 Percent Group
From Instructional Strategies for Reading Improvement K-8

8. Training Teachers on Technology
Presented by Paul Sanfrancesco, Director of Technology, Garnet Valley School District, Pennsylvania
From Digital Decisions for Collaborative Learning

9. Livebinders
Presented by Shannon Holden, Assistant Principal, Republic Middle School, MO
From TechTools

10. What is Text Complexity? Steps to Implement Common Core Expectations
Presented by Kevin Baird, Chairman of the Board at the nonprofit Center for College and Career Readiness
From Implementing the Common Core State Standards

11. Think Twice: Kids’ Online Privacy and Digital Footprints
Presented by Lisa Highfill, the K-12 Instructional Technology Coach for the Pleasanton Unified School District
From Digital Citizenship

12. 5 Essentials for Starting the School Year
Presented by Lauren Stafford, M.Ed., Vice President, Research and Professional Development for Monarch Teaching Technologies and Linda Hodgdon, CCC-SLP – Consultant Autism Spectrum Disorders
From Teaching Students with Autism

13. Using TED-Ed, Khan Academy, and Sophia to Flip Your Classroom
Presented by Shannon Holden, Assistant Principal, Republic Middle School, MO
From TechTools

14. Motivating the Reluctant Reader Through Technology
Presented by Dr. Rob Furman, principal of South Park Elementary School near Pittsburgh, PA, and author of Instructional Technology Tools: A Professional Development Plan
From Digital Media for Social Learning

15. Reading Informational Text: Focus on Key Ideas and Details
Presented by Suzanne Zimbler, Assistant Managing Editor, TIME For Kids and Jaime Joyce, Assistant Managing Editor, Education, TIME For Kids
From Real World Literacy and the Common Core

16. Using the Big6/Super3: More on Putting the Common Core to Work
Presented by Michael Eisenberg, Professor and Dean Emeritus, University of Washington Information School; and Bob Berkowitz, Consultant and retired Library Media Specialist
From LMC @ The Forefront

17. How To Use the iPad’s Unique Capabilities
Presented by Scott Meech Director of Technology, Downers Grove District #58 in Illinois with Meg Wilson,Technology Integrator, Avenues – The World School in New York
From Mobile Learning Explorations

18. Practical Applications Using the Big6/Super3: Putting the Common Core to Work
Presented by Michael Eisenberg, professor and dean emeritus, University of Washington Information School; and with Bob Berkowitz, consultant and retired library media specialist.
From LMC @ The Forefront

19. Common Core and English Language Learners:  Aligning the Standards with a Workshop Model to Enhance Instruction
Presented by Dr. Lindsey Moses, Assistant Professor of Literacy in the Division of Teacher Preparation at Arizona State University
From Implementing the Common Core State Standards

20. Classroom Habitudes: Teaching 21st Century Skills to Brains Wired in the Digital Age
Presented by Angela Maiers, speaker, educator, and author of Classroom Habitudes.
From The Brain and Learning

21. Guided Inquiry Design
Presented by Leslie Kuhlthau Maniotes, PhD, teacher effectiveness coach in the Denver Public Schools as well as a curriculum specialist and national consultant on inquiry learning.
From LMC @ The Forefront

22. Changing Learning through AudioBoo
Presented by Lucy Carter, Head of the Education Division at Audioboo, and Matt Bergman, teacher at the Milton Hershey School
From Audio-Based Learning

23. Let’s Get Visual! Visual Learning and Autism
Presented by Lauren Stafford, M.Ed, Vice President, Research and Instructional Design, Monarch Teaching Technologies, Inc.
From Teaching Students with Autism

24. What is Instagram & How Can I Use it For Instruction?
Presented by Shannon Holden, Assistant Principal, Republic Middle School, MO
From TechTools

25. Common Core Implementation – Tools and Tips
Presented by Danielle Hartman, Literacy Specialist/Technology Integration, Burlington County Institute of Technology-Westampton, NJ; Cherrie MacInnes, Grade 3 teacher, Brewer Community School, Brewer, ME; Dr. Laurie Henry, Assistant Professor, School of Education, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
From Digital Media for Social Learning