Is inappropriate student behavior driving you up the wall? If you’d like to learn how to envision improvements, this webinar will help you.
If you are a novice teacher looking to make your class more engaging, new technology may be the solution you are looking for!
In this webinar participants will gain simple, easy-to-use solutions to address the sensory needs of young children, preschool through 2nd grade.
Join Kevin Baird to discuss what the best practices and what the failure points are for classroom collaboration.
In this webinar, teachers will learn how to plan the curriculum using children’s literature as an organizer.
It’s not the providing of feedback, but students’ use of it that makes feedback effective. In this edWeb webinar Susan M. Brookhart, PhD and consultant for Brookhart Enterprises LLC shared with attendees the characteristics of feedback that is most likely to be useful to students.
Does science have to be messy? What can young children understand about science? Preschool teacher and author Peggy Ashbrook discussed her thinking about these questions and more in this edWeb.net webinar on best practices in early childhood science. Early childhood educators from preschools, family home child care, as well as professors, preservice, university lab school teachers, and others who want to reflect on their science teaching practice, will benefit.
Babies and toddlers make awesome strides in development and learning over the first three years of life. n this webinar hosted by the Classroom Management for Early Learning community, teachers learned how: early language progresses and how a teacher can optimally support early language progress; to encourage kindness and caring in the classroom; to engender a deep love of storybook sharing and a pride in loving books; to instill a deep conviction in babies and toddlers that they are safe, well-loved and cherished, and can in turn behave in cherishing ways with others; to encourage curiosity and a passion for learning.
edWeb.net, a professional learning and social network for the education community, has partnered with Kaplan Early Learning Company, a leader in the field of early care and education, to present Classroom Management for Early Learning, to help early childhood educators enhance the classroom environment to improve young children’s learning. Classroom Management for Early Learning provides… read more →
In this webinar, presented by the Growing School Gardens community on edWeb.net, Whitney Cohen, Life Lab’s Education Director, used stories, photos, and discussion to share tried-and-true tips for managing large groups of students in an outdoor environment. Topics included: Tone setting, comfort, and routines; Fostering student buy-in; Encouraging productive teamwork and cooperative learning; Establishing group norms; Determining when to be consistent with the indoor rules and when to establish new behavior expectations.