Presented by Monica Burns, Ed.D., Founder, Curriculum and EdTech Consultant, Class Tech Tips
Presented by John Sowash, EdTech Consultant, Trainer, and Speaker, Sowash Ventures
During a recent edWebinar, Kelli Etheredge, a Director of Teaching and Learning Resources in Mobile, AL, identified key benefits of formative assessment technologies presented by members of the Microsoft Education team. These benefits include being able to accommodate the needs of diverse learners by developing more personalized learning pathways, so that every student can reach a level of success.
In this edWebinar, learn from Superintendent Michael Nagler and Mineola Middle School Principal Andrew Casale how their district leverages digital tools and resources to personalize instruction for each student through design thinking models and project-based learning opportunities.
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.
When students feel like they are helping drive their education and have a say in their own learning, achievement thrives. That’s been a given even when education technology was only a pencil and paper. Now, many edtech tools promise that they will help promote student voice, but how can educators tell? With years of experience using edtech to engage students, presenters in the edWebinar, “Encouraging Student Voice and Choice in the Classroom,” identified six edtech tool characteristics that give students agency in their education.
Each year, K-12 schools and districts that have leveraged technology to dramatically improve the educational experiences and achievements of their students are honored through SETDA’s Student Voices program. Mountain Heights Academy in Utah, the 2017 Student Voices Award winner, encourages students to participate in the instructional design process using an OER curriculum. In “Students Collaborate with Digital Tools to Support Bee Populations,” four students from Mountain Heights Academy explained how they work together and use technology to collaborate on their project, Operation Bee.
In this webinar, Dr. Julie Evans will share the results from Project Tomorrow’s first ever Speak Up survey of K-12 communications officers. Findings reveal emerging digital tools, those tools’ perceived value, and their tangible results on engagement.
Looking for terrific tools to kick off 2016? Want to expand your “digital toolkit” this year? This live, interactive webinar will cover many teacher favorites!
In this webinar we will explore students’ evolving vision for learning and addresses questions from School Library Connection Editorial Experts.