edWeb.net is delighted to announce its partnership with the first national Digital Citizenship Summit to be held in Hartford, CT, on Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015.
Digital citizenship, and its focus on improving the ways we utilize technology (safe/savvy/ethical), is important to educators, administrators, parents, students, industry, and various non-profits.
Connected Educator Month is a celebration of community, with educators at all levels, from all disciplines, moving towards a fully connected and collaborative profession.
edWeb.net is a professional learning community that brings together the widest collaboration of educators and industry professionals in education to provide free professional learning for educators – anytime, anywhere.
The best practices of educating students are constantly changing, and teachers need to stay connected with colleagues in order to keep up with the changing times. One of the best ways to do this is to attend state and national conferences.
edWeb.net and the Partnership for 21st Century Learning (P21) announce the launch of a free community to help teachers and school leaders learn how to build a 21st century learning environment that prepares students for the challenges of work, life and citizenship.
In our small school district, over a dozen teachers and 200 students participated in a project-based learning activity that allowed students to become self-published authors.
edWeb.net in partnership with Mackin Educational Resources and Harper Books presented an exclusive webinar on the publication of Harper Lee’s new book, Go Set a Watchman.
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 →
Earning the respect of colleagues and parents is a monumental task. The first step for the novice is establishing lines of communication.