Formative assessment is one of the most effective ways for a teacher to affect student learning. In fact, formative assessment has been shown to affect learning more than class size and educational level of the teacher!
No one has time for another ‘technology’ project. Aimee Bartis shared a framework that will help you plan awesome, creative, and tech-infused lessons guaranteed to inspire teachers and students. Click here and view this great interactive session!
Resourceful librarians promote reading every day. In this webinar, educators learned how to highlight fruitful partnerships, engage programming and create strategies to get kids reading.
As educators, we find ourselves staying just as active in the summer as we are during the school year, continuing to work with young people as we gear up for the school year ahead. In this edWeb webinar, Tim Smith explored ways that the free Character Development Program (CDP) can augment the desire for participation and leadership in our homes, summer groups, and classrooms by providing a direct outlet to involvement and summer learning.
This webinar is for school level administrators and classroom teachers who seek to build capacity with professional development (PD). Thera Pearce, Director of Professional Development for DreamBox Learning, shared how to use a blended learning model to develop PD that is personalized to meet each educator’s needs; create a self-sustaining approach to PD; and create an educator community that encourages collaboration.
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.
Every entrepreneur hits roadblocks along the way. The key is to have the inner strength, resilience, and confidence in yourself to know you can push through and get the results you are after. Often referred to as self-efficacy, these skills are also important in learning. Do you teach students who are underachieving — students who don’t seem to believe they are capable of doing the work, even though you know they can? If you answered “yes,” this webinar is for you. In this edWeb.net webinar presented by the Developing 21st Century Skills in Next Generation Entrepreneurs community, Cheryl Lemke, CEO of Metiri Group and an internationally acclaimed thought leader on 21st Century learning, connected the dots for teachers about this research.
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.