Curious about the flipped movement? Want to explore different Open Educational Resources (OER) to expand your instruction and student learning? In this webinar, presented by the Open Educational Resources in the K-12 Classroom community on edWeb.net, Aubrey Harrison, Instructional Technology Specialist from Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, investigated why everyone is talking about flipping their classrooms.
In this webinar Amy D’Amico, Director of Professional Services for the Smithsonian Science Education Center (SSEC), discussed the professional development opportunities that the SSEC provides for teachers, curriculum directors, administrators and anyone interested in STEM education.
edWeb.net has been named a finalist for the 2015 SIIA Education CODiE Awards for two categories: “Best Collaborative Social Media Solution for Educators” and “Best Professional Learning Solution for Education.”
In this last webinar of our Five-Session Series, presented by the Building Understanding in Mathematics community on edWeb.net, Dr. Sara Delano Moore shared strategies for helping students understand why fraction multiplication and division seem to behave differently from fraction addition and subtraction.
One great aspect of the “App Revolution” is that new apps are being developed for students and educators every day! In this webinar, Assistant Principal Shannon Holden showed educators how to find and implement iPad apps that will take student learning to the next level.
We know that learning how to collaborate is an essential skill for college and workforce readiness. How are we engaging students to meaningfully collaborate through inquiry? Learn how essential student collaboration is to deepen learning through inquiry. See a model for how to implement Inquiry Circles and strategies for assessing collaboration to improve your teaching and learning for your students.
In this special Earth Day webinar, students heard from Dr. Jane Goodall, renowned primatologist and founder of both the Jane Goodall Institute, a global leader in the effort to protect chimpanzees and their habitat, and Roots & Shoots, an international environmental and humanitarian youth program.
edWeb.net is partnering with Games4Ed, a new organization recently established to further the use of games and other immersive learning strategies in schools, to expand and deepen collaboration on game-based learning.
In this webinar Susan Wells shared foundations of STEM and STEAM and discussed why coding, robotics and making are at the core of innovative learning environments. Susan provided tips on finding funding to support your STEM programs. She also described her ground-breaking program Camp TechTerra.
Isabel covered three main instructional design elements: blended learning, development of reading and writing skills, and improved oral communication skills. BTI leverages technology-based language learning to complement classroom instruction for their ELF classes.