Communities can be as small as a family and close friends or as large as the whole world. Children today are inheriting our global world where they can interact and work with people nearly anywhere. In this webinar, learn about the free Greenleaf Program, an online virtual community with students halfway around the world, that will give your students a unique insight into children and culture.
Join in the world-wide celebration. edWeb is delighted to be part of the continuing celebration and recognition of educators who connect with colleagues for professional learning and collaboration. Educators who join in quickly enjoy the benefits and the fun of meeting in a virtual world to share ideas for improving teaching and learning. edWeb has… read more →
It’s no longer an option for schools or stakeholders to use technology and web tools to stay connected with all that is happening on a day-to-day basis. Discover how to activate stakeholder engagement in the virtual world. See how social media sites like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest can help move the conversation forward.
Learning Bird and edWeb.net will partner to support teachers making the print-to-digital curriculum transition with a new, free online professional learning community, The Digital Educator: Skills for Success.
Presented by Geoff Marietta: Doctoral Candidate at Harvard Graduate School of Education; and Elisabeth Hahn: Doctoral Candidate at Harvard Graduate School of Education. Co-hosted by edWeb.net and the Education Division of Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) Sponsored by BrainPOP and Wowzers Intuitively, our capacity to understand, compromise, and foster positive relationships with others should… read more →
Presented by Andy Ross, Vice President – FLVS Global, Florida Virtual SchoolCo-hosted by edWeb.net, SIIA, DeBakey International, MindShare Learning, and ForwardThinkingEDU View the webinar “Out of Box Thinking Leads to Success” Fifteen years ago educators, political leaders, business people, and the community gathered around a conference table and created Florida Virtual School. The first order… read more →
On this month’s interview on Education Talk Radio, hosted by edweb.net, Karen Collias, founder of Knowledge without Borders, shared some insight on how online learning communities can be used to expand the knowledge base of educators, worldwide. Karen has broad and extensive experience in the field of education, including a PhD from Columbia University, global… read more →
Flipped Learning is a buzzword in many classrooms; with mobile technology you can access a variety of educational material without ever setting foot in a building. Does that mean you can flip a library? Presenter Michelle Luhtala explored blended libraries in this month’s Emerging Tech webinar. She discussed a flipped library model, as well as… read more →
VIEW THE WEBINAR Massively multiplayer online games (MMO’s) have the potential to enable science experiences that allow students to engage in inquiry, problem solving, and experimentation. Such environments allow for the visualization of information and data that is typically not visible. The… read more →
Badges have been used for years to show merit, recognize achievement, and display status. In today’s technology driven age, badges, like almost everything else, have gone digital. Go-Go Labs’ Lisa Dawley and Teacher Julie Stratton gave an in depth look at digital badges in this month’s Game Based Learning webinar. Each presenter shared her unique experience… read more →