Digital educational materials have provided many benefits for K-12 educators and students from computer adaptive assessments to tools that allow students to collaborate and communicate 24/7. At the same time, the myriad of tech programs also have their own set of challenges, particularly when it comes to logging on. For years users have needed to create and memorize a username and password for every system and app. During the edWebinar “Simplify Digital Access in K-12: Learn How District Leaders Eliminate Barriers,” the presenters discussed the importance of adopting a single sign-on program to manage digital access, the questions to ask when choosing a vendor, and tips for rolling out the new system.
In this edWebinar join Bryan L. Miller, Director of Strategic Education Outreach, and Dr. Katrina Keene, Strategic Outreach Manager, both from Wonder Workshop and international presenters, as they break down and provide a layout out of the must-see vendors, must-watch presenters, and special events you can’t miss!
In this edWebinar, Simone Welter, ENA Product Manager Cloud Solutions, outlines the various ways the cloud can be used to cut costs, mitigate the impact of detrimental cyberattacks, and streamline operations.
In this edWebinar, presenters from Digital Promise will share research-based tools and resources that support iterative improvements among instructional practices, school and district evaluation processes, and edtech development.
In this edWebinar, Barbara Nesbitt and Jan Mills explore the need for high-quality single sign-on (SSO) in K–12, discusses the importance of security and rostering in our world of digital education, and provides useful tips for selecting the best solution for your district.
Augmented reality is emerging in the education space as a tool for motivating children to learn. Using this 3D technology can help students significantly whether they’re struggling to learn reading or math, or just to engage. Cynthia B. Kaye, CEO and Chief Zoo Keeper at Alive Studios, discovered this technology while in search of a way to support her own two ELL children. She discussed the benefits of using augmented reality in the classroom in “Engaging Early Learners with Augmented Reality.”
Looking to enhance student voice? In this edWebinar, learn more about using technology to enhance your students’ voices.
In this edWebinar, Bart Epstein, CEO of Jefferson Education Exchange, and Katrina Stevens, Director of Learning Science at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, take a look inside the edtech marketplace and offer practical tips for navigating edtech adoption.
Join Darri Stephens and Bryan L. Miller of Wonder Workshop in this edWebinar for a review of some current research around the state of professional development for today’s K-12 educators.
In this edWebinar, Burien, Washington’s Susan Enfield, Superintendent of Highline Public Schools; Mark Finstrom, Chief Technology Officer; and Rebekah Kim, Director of Instructional Supports discuss the district’s development and implementation of their edtech analysis process.