Interested in the many ways that digital images can be used to build critical thinking skills and student collaboration? Wondering how digital images can deepen and strengthen the learning going on in the classroom or library? In this session, Sara Torpey shared simple, practical strategies for incorporating digital images into everyday teaching!
Sharing digital material within your professional network is becoming more common, and people are using their digital portfolios to do so. In this webinar, presenter Holly Clark stressed the importance of creating and maintaining your professional digital portfolio.
In this edWeb.net webinar, held by the TechTools for the Classroom community, tech instructor Shannon Holden revealed two excellent online collaboration tools that give educators the privacy and control they need!
Engaging parents and boosting school-home communications is a priority in Fremont School District 79. And creating the environment that celebrates collaborative practices is central to the district’s vision and promotes home-school connections!
The mystery and magic of math is what makes mathematicians pursue their subject with passion and drive. In order to embrace the magic, the classroom must be a place where problem solving and problem-finding happen daily and are deeply embedded in its culture.
Storytelling is an ancient tradition that has evolved over many centuries. With digital tools, teachers and students now have the means to create stories and non-fiction narratives that will last beyond the spoken or written word and be published and shared with worldwide audiences.
Re-designed Learning efforts are underway in Southeastern Iowa to re-design the K-12 classroom into 21st Century Learning Spaces. The learning spaces are specifically designed to promote both collaborative and personalized learning though the use of technology.
In this webinar, held by edWeb community, ReEnergize Today’s Connected Classroom, Steven Anderson, Content and Relationship Evangelist for Promethean, discussed what today’s mobile learning classroom looks and feels like. Together, attendees learned how to transition from a classroom of students and a teacher, to a community of learners.
Skilled online researchers typically have certain behavior sets, mindsets and beliefs that inform their approach to every research project. We call these Online Research Habitudes, a combination of habits and attitudes without which no researcher can succeed. Crucially, teachers must learn to model for students the habitudes of a skilled researcher.
We all know that eBooks can enhance any school library collection, but how can you be sure you’re making a wise investment? How do you know where to begin?