edWeb.net and Gryphon House have partnered to present Early Learning Book Chats, a free professional learning community (PLC) that helps educators and caregivers find the tools that they need to bring the joy of learning to young children.
Talking with infants is a hot topic in the news now. Why? Because talking means learning, building knowledge and intelligence. How and how much caregivers talk, engage and interact with infants and toddlers matters.
In this session, presented by the Open Educational Resources (OER) in the K-12 Classroom community on edWeb.net, Katherine Quinn-Shea, Director of Marketing at Net Texts, defined OER and explained why they are so important to education today.
In this webinar, presented by the LMC @ The Forefront community on edWeb.net, Leslie Preddy explained what a makerspace in a library is and why it is needed for today’s learner.
This webinar focused on the instructional design elements used to leverage technology for extended learning, skill development and additional practice outside of the classroom.
In Part Two of the Five-Session Series, Dr. Sara Delano Moore shared strategies for helping students understand place value and connecting this understanding to addition and subtraction algorithms.
In this session, presented by the Open Educational Resources (OER) community on edWeb.net, attendees had a look at some OERs – to give you a sense of what already exists and what is possible. Julie Willcott, science teacher and Apple Distinguished Educator, addressed how to get started creating your own OER courses and books. Julie also went over copyright issues and discussed how to compile the best content for your students.
In this week’s interview on Education Talk Radio, hosted by edWeb.net, Christi Gonzales discusses how early childhood educators can find and personalize their own professional development to enhance what the schools and districts provide.
Back by popular demand—TIME For Kids travels to Antarctica! In this special webinar, science teacher and National Science Foundation penguin researcher Jean Pennycook broadcasted from the icy continent of Antarctica, where she reported on her research and experience in the field.
View this webinar, presented by the LMC @ The Forefront community on edWeb.net, to learn how to revolutionize research, teaching, and learning with databases.