edWeb is 10 years old! It feels like such a big milestone, especially since it’s been 10 years since the dawn of the “connected educator” movement. I still remember so well when the U. S. Department of Education issued the 2010 National Education Technology Plan. The plan included the first statement I know of that officially endorsed using social networks for professional learning in education, “Social networks can be used… read more →
“edWeb gives you a tool to make a very easy jump into personalized professional development.” Dr. Robert Furman, an elementary principal at Southpark Elementary School in PA, is a best-selling author, and a national keynote speaker. He talked with Lisa Schmucki, founder and CEO of edWeb.net, about how he uses edWeb.net to provide personalized PD that gets his teachers really motivated and excite about their professional learning. Rob describes how successful… read more →
edWeb has presented over 1,200 edWebinars with more than 1,000 amazing “Webinators” who are educators who generously share their knowledge, practices, and tips with peers. Educators from all over the world benefit from this free, anytime/anywhere learning. At the ISTE 2017 conference this year, edWeb.net held a poster session to “Meet the Webinators” where three “star” Webinators—Michelle Luhtala, Shannon Holden, and Rachel Langenhorst—met with some of their edWeb fans and… read more →
edWeb.net has won the 2017 CODiE Award for “Best Professional Learning Solution for Faculty and Administrative Staff.” The SIIA CODiE Awards is the only peer-reviewed program to showcase education technology’s finest products and services. Here is a list of all the 2017 CODiE winners. An SIIA CODiE Award is a prestigious honor as each award submission was reviewed by judges who are educators and whose evaluations determined the finalists. SIIA members then… read more →
“edWeb Case Study: Rock Valley Community School District” examines the way the district relies on edWeb.net to support its professional development program for teachers. Their program embodies four of the key features identified by educational researchers as characterizing high quality professional learning experiences, the effective design of online communities for teachers, and best practices for integrating informal online professional learning with formal district professional development. In each case, edWeb.net provides critical support that empowers Rock Valley leaders to implement research-based practices.
edWeb.net has just released a survey on Teacher Professional Development that provides insights on the kinds of professional development (PD) teachers find most helpful to improve their teaching practice and their students’ learning.
All educators need PD and learning that is relevant to their practice to keep up with the rapid pace of change in technology and education initiatives such as ESSA, Common Core, Next Gen Science Standards, Future Ready, and more.
It was announced yesterday that edWeb.net is the winner of the SIIA CODiE Award for Best Collaborative Social Media Solution for Educators. This is the second year in a row that edWeb.net has won this prestigious industry award.The winner announcement was made by the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), the principal trade association for the software and digital content industries, to an audience of over 300 education, software, information and business technology leaders.
Leaders like myself always turn to edWeb for the best practitioner-driven strategies, ideas, and solutions to improve professional practice.
edWeb.net hosts over 40 professional learning communities for educators, so it’s about time to launch one for education marketing and sales executives. Online collaboration is a great way to share information and resources with colleagues. edWeb and MCH Strategic Data will be hosting free webinars on a wide range of topics. These won’t be talking head webinars, but interactive video conferences with on-camera experts and an ongoing open chat with… read more →
October is National Farm to School Month, a time to recognize the importance of farm to school programs as a means to improve child nutrition, support local economies and educate children about the origins of food. The National Farm to School Network (NFSN), along with countless partners, advocated for the creation of National Farm to School Month by Congress in 2010. NFSN now organizes the annual celebration in partnership with… read more →