This edWebinar will equip school administrators and classroom educators of all grade levels with resources for families. It will provide public librarians with strategies and resources to consider as you pivot to online programming in your communities. We hope you will join us—there’s something for everyone.
In this edWebinar, Theresa Ellington, Instructional Technology Manager for Life Schools Charter School in Texas, guides us through the planning and implementation of digital citizenship from one classroom to districtwide adoption.
This edWebinar highlights SETDA’s latest research, Navigating the Digital Shift 2018: Quality Learning Connections in the Digital Age.
This edWebinar will equip you with a variety of pre-K–12 content to address subject areas, life skills, SEL, physical activity, arts, STEAM, and much more.
This edWebinar will showcase innovative ways to use kindness to build a culture of digital citizenship.
Most educators realize the importance of teaching digital citizenship to all students, but students with autism face unique challenges. Join Instructional Technology Specialist Jennifer Liang to learn how to differentiate digital citizenship for students with autism.
This edWebinar will highlight 50 special tools that offer inventive, rich learning experiences the Common Sense editors and reviewers just flat-out love.
How should an entire district begin teaching digital citizenship? Creativity, flexibility, and strong goals are a must. In “Roadmap to Districtwide Digital Citizenship Adoption,” Theresa Ellington, Instructional Technology Manager at Life Schools Charter School in Texas, explained how she was able to implement a digital citizenship curriculum throughout the Title I district with limited time and no money, and shared lessons learned from the district’s first year using a digital citizenship curriculum.
It may lack sweat equity, but it’s up there with even the most physically demanding of sports. Esports, the competitive side of video gaming, is exploding. And K-12 schools are buying in because it’s not only fun but also a viable educational tool! A recent edWebinar sponsored by Common Sense Education, “Ready Player One: Esports in K-12,” highlights why esports has taken hold in schools. Research-based evidence affirms its highly positive impact on students’ academic achievement, soft skills, and socio-emotional well-being.
In this edWebinar, three educators will share their strategies for engaging parents in a different conversation by showing how they use technology to open up a world of opportunities that wouldn’t be possible without digital tools.