Movement is essential for human development and starts even before birth. In this edWeb.net webinar, presented by the Early Learning Book Chats community, Dr. Feinberg shared her recommendations for including movement in every curriculum area.
Flipping your class is not about having students watch videos at home. In this edWeb.net webinar for the Digital Educator community, Crystal Kirch discussed the shifts required for flipped learning, and how to design an effective flipped learning environment using her WSQ strategy.
In this edWeb.net webinar, presented by the College and Career Readiness community, Kevin Baird discussed research regarding best practices and investigated pedagogy and implementation.
In this edWeb.net webinar presented by the Teaching Kids to Code community, Grant Hosford and Joe Shochet, co-founders of the award-winning learning game company codeSpark discussed the primary research and third party research that fuels their game development. This webinar is valuable for administrators, teachers, curriculum experts, parents, and STEM specialists.
The question of quality is one of the overriding issues in the OER field. To address that issue, Washington State has developed a process for evaluating OER materials for alignment with state learning standards. This edWeb.net webinar, presented by the Open Educational Resources for the K-12 Classroom community, covered the review process, rubrics, and outcomes.
In this webinar, presented by the TIME For Kids community on edWeb.net, Lisa Callahan discussed motivating students to apply their “school year” knowledge all summer long.
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.
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.