edWeb makes it easy for educators to connect virtually anytime, anywhere, but educators love to connect in real time and EdCamps are a great way to do it. Here is an article on a recent EdCamp in upstate New York. More than 40 participants packed the Canandaigua Middle school library to kick off the first… read more →
Share ideas with educators around the country on ways you can celebrate Veterans Day with your students and honor the veterans who have served our country.
ETA hand2mind has hosted a professional learning community on edWeb for the past three years, providing free professional development for elementary and middle school math educators.
As another Connected Educator Month draws to a close, it is important to understand the many benefits of being connected with like-minded individuals in the educational profession. One way to do this is to take a look back at what it was like for educators before the advent of social media.
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 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.
Earning the respect of colleagues and parents is a monumental task. The first step for the novice is establishing lines of communication.
It was lots of fun under the Circus Big Top this weekend! Frog Street’s 23rd annual professional development conference, SUMMER SPLASH 2015, was a huge success – and edWeb.net was there to join in the festivities!