In this edWebinar, teachers in all grades and subjects, curriculum leaders, and school library/media specialists will hear about the student impact of an audio project in a high school English class.
This edWebinar will explore the efficacy of adapting co-teaching for distance learning while also discussing best practices for strengthening the general/special education teacher partnership.
This edWebinar will look at ways that teachers can customize digital summer reading programs for every student, measure their progress, and connect them to reading and to each other.
Attendees of this edWebinar will gain important insights and tools to future-build math instruction for remote and blended learning environments, helping students to engage and participate in online math and science classes.
Join our certified Live Teachers, who provide on-demand real-time virtual instruction to Imagine Math students, to learn about best practices for remote learning.
Join thie edWebinar to discuss the challenges and benefits of harnessing the human power of community to truly take the digital leap.
The AEM Center will provide resources and guidance during this edWebinar, and will be available for free technical assistance as educators navigate eLearning Days now and in the weeks ahead.
Digital learning not only plays a crucial role in preparing today’s students for the jobs of tomorrow, it also has an important role in providing equity and access to education, especially in smaller and remote school districts. And, that makes access to adequate and reliable broadband even more important as the development of new technologies continues. The State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) is now preparing to accommodate next-generation technologies such as 5G, virtual reality, robotics, and e-sports, and during a recent SETDA and ENA edWebinar, Christine Fox, the group’s Deputy Executive Director, provided an overview of the opportunities and challenges that schools and districts now face. Marc Johnson, Executive Director of East Central Minnesota Educational Cable Cooperative (ECMECC), then provided perspective from a regional and local level on the expanding use of broadband.
Learn how a cooperative of regional networks in Minnesota supports broadband development and leadership for Minnesota school districts.
For many teachers, edtech translates to visuals and video. But during the edWebinar, “Voice Devices and Beyond in the Classroom,” the presenters made the case for using voice technology in schools to assist with all types of activities, from practicing math to classroom management, and more important, to improve listening comprehension skills.