Almost 10,000 early childhood educators traveled to Orlando, Florida from across the United States and from as far as Hong Kong to attend the 2015 NAEYC Annual Conference & Expo. This conference is the largest get-together of classroom teachers, faculty, administrators, researchers, and thought leaders who are critically important experts and contributors in early childhood education.
The NewSchools Venture Fund (a nonprofit philanthropy organization working to transform public education) released a report titled, Dissatisfied but Optimistic, which outlines the need for and a path toward developing new models of school.
One of the scariest thing a new teacher faces is the prospect of having to ask someone for help. Many novices would rather suffer in silence than reveal to a colleague that they are experiencing problems in the classroom.
edWeb makes it easy for educators to connect virtually anytime, anywhere, but educators love to connect in real time and EdCamps are a great way to do it. Here is an article on a recent EdCamp in upstate New York. More than 40 participants packed the Canandaigua Middle school library to kick off the first EdCamp in the Finger Lakes Region. The half-day event was a collaboration between two… read more →
Share ideas with educators around the country on ways you can celebrate Veterans Day with your students and honor the veterans who have served our country.
edWeb.net and Nureva Inc. have partnered to present Digital Portfolios for K-12, a free professional learning community (PLC) for educators to share ideas and best practices around the meaningful integration of digital portfolios to empower students to take ownership of their learning.
ETA hand2mind has hosted a professional learning community on edWeb for the past three years, providing free professional development for elementary and middle school math educators.