Legislation has been passed in many states that hold school personnel responsible for the damages inflicted by bullies on their victims. In this month’s Stop Bullying webinar on edWeb.net presenter Shannon Holden reveals techniques school employees can use to protect themselves from lawsuits.
In the third TIME For Kids webinar on edWeb.net presenters Suzanne and Jaime discussed nonfiction and their alignment with the common core. They shared ways to use the images and graphics in a non-fiction article as entry points for a topic and examples of nonfiction articles that have significant visual components.
How do you fit the un-dead in your lesson plan? Presenter Cinnamon Holsclaw discussed ways to use interesting and fun topics like zombies in a an educational way in this month’s edTech Innovators webinar.
VIEW THE WEBINAR Starting the school year can be difficult, especially for students with Autism. Presenters Linda Hodgdon and Lauren Stafford intertwine technology and best practices in this month’s… read more →
Learning and competency data can be useful tools in assessing a student’s individual learning needs. In this month’s Blended Learning webinar, presenters Sharnell Jackson and Tim Hudson shared best practices for organizing and using student data in order to better meet student needs. They also discussed processes for using and analyzing data at the student,… read more →
There are countless digital games that target the K-12 market. In this month’s Game-Based Learning webinar, presenters Dr. John Richards and Dr. Michael Levine shared a research based analysis of the market, as well as the role of these games in education reforms. The webinar explored the research conducted by Dr. Richards and the Cooney Center that… read more →
Family Math Nights are a fun and interactive way to encourage parents to practice math education at home. In this month’s Implementing Common Core Standards in Math webinar, presenter Stephanie Shultz shared tips for hosting a successful Math Night. She discussed reasons to host a Family Math Night, resources to create activities, and how to overcome language barriers.… read more →
School garden programs are becoming more widely adopted. In this month’s School Gardens webinar, the presenter talked about the Edible Schoolyard Project, an online network that supports school garden programs around the world. The webinar demonstrated how those involved in a school garden program can collaborate and share ideas. It also shared best practices for… read more →
How does your garden grow in the fall? With cold frames, and chilly plants, and covered beds all in a row? Quite the contrary! Presenter Thianda Manzara talked about back to school gardening in this month’s Growing School Gardens webinar. She discussed several choices for cover crops, ideal conditions for growing and harvesting, and the science behind… read more →
In today’s technology-driven times where teachers are expected to address the Common Core State Standards, finding helpful materials in textbooks can be a difficult task. Presenter Shannon Holden explored FREE resources available to teachers online in the form of digital textbooks in this month’s TechTools webinar. He discussed research, saving vs. spending, and ingredients for… read more →