“When you have administrators, teachers, and people in my position who are planning PD do so in a way that is meaningful to each and every teacher, in any content area – it’s really exciting. edWeb has been instrumental in helping us achieve this, because it’s easy to get to, easy to maneuver, and there’s something for everyone. To me those are absolutely immeasurable qualities.” Rachel Langenhorst, Instructional Coach and… read more →
Social media has transformed the way we connect and communicate personally and professionally. So what has been the impact on edtech marketing? What are the lessons learned as social media matures as a content marketing channel? Why and how can edtech companies make the best use of social media? edWeb.net conducted a survey with the help of Charlene Blohm, President & CEO at C. Blohm & Associates and Jim McVety, VP Marketing and… read more →
edWeb has just released a new edWeb 2018 Early Learning PD Survey which provides a valuable extension of the information gathered in the Professional Learning Survey: K-12 that was conducted in March 2018. The results are a strong endorsement for the collaborative, anytime anywhere, free professional learning that edWeb provides – for educators in all roles and at all levels. Since early learning educators are 25% of our members, we wanted… read more →
Continuous, effective professional learning can help teachers and administrators improve teaching and learning, but research shows traditional forms of professional development have become expensive and ineffective. In the past 10 years, social media has helped educators connect online to more easily share resources, ideas, and practices among themselves, leading to more grass roots, open source collaboration and the evolution of personal learning networks. This trend is disrupting traditional models for… read more →
edWeb.net and Learning Ally, a national nonprofit serving students with learning and visual disabilities, announce the launch of Empowering Struggling Readers, a free professional learning community (PLC) to assist educators in fostering academic success and a love of reading for their students with dyslexia and specific learning disabilities. The PLC provides an easy way for educators to collaborate to advance support for all readers and offers free webinars by curriculum leaders and teachers.
Original Air Date: March 8th, 2013 edWeb.net and T.H.E. Journal are co-hosts of a series of webinars on edTech innovators. Listen to an interview with Terri Simpson, a middle school English teacher at Maplewood Middle School in Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana. Terri is the T.H.E. Journal “Innovator of the Month” for March 2013. Terri began using technology with Palm devices to download Shakespeare plays. Her students begin rewriting the plays in… read more →
Original Air Date: February 8th, 2013 Dr. Timothy Hudson, Director of Curriculum Design at DreamBox Learning and Lisa Schmucki, founder and CEO of edWeb.net, talk about the value of an online professional learning community to help educators understand and use a blended approach for instruction. Dr. Hudson discusses how blended learning helps teachers provide more personalized, differentiated instruction. Dreambox Learning has just launched a series of webinars and a professional learning community… read more →
Original Air Date: January 11th, 2013 Marlene Woo-Lun, the publisher of Librarian Media Connection and Lisa Schmucki, founder and CEO of edWeb.net talk about how online communities offer school librarians a place to explore the challenges, opportunities and resources that make school libraries vibrant, vital research and learning environments. Library Media Connection has created a community on edWeb.net, LMC @ The Forefront, to help librarians turn their school libraries into a thriving hub for 21st… read more →