Join this edWebinar with four superintendents who are recognized as technology leaders in their field. They will share what it takes to successfully deploy, implement and sustain a commitment to digital learning.
In this edWebinar, participants will learn how integrating audio, voice and/or immersive technology in the classroom can enhance learning and engagement.
In this edWebinar, learn tips and tricks to teach digital natives new technology skills effectively and the importance of implementing digital citizenship lessons into your keyboarding program
Learn how a strong “why” for implementing technology guides everything from purchasing and future budgets to professional learning plans and staffing.
In this edWebinar, Jaime Donally, author, speaker, and consultant, will review the basics of AR, while exploring four lesson plans to use in any classroom.
This edWebinar will highlight SETDA’s latest research, Navigating the Digital Shift 2019: Equitable Learning Opportunities for All Leaders.
This edWebinar will serve as the public launch of the new online community, Professional Learning for Effective Practice: Leveraging Title IIA.
This edWebinar will discuss the best practices for technology use with young children and their families, as well as how to support early childhood educators in grades K-3 with effective technology strategies.
This edWebinar will show you how easy and painless device implementation can be! Learn how you can improve your student readiness for technology, enrich learning, foster 21st-century skills, and promote academic development.
Mention edtech, and the first thought that usually comes to mind is collecting data to evaluate students’ progress. And during the recent webinar “Get Smart with EdTech: Track Usage on Every Device,” presenters Jeremy Bunkley, Director of Information Technology Services, School District of Clay County, FL, and Leo Brehm, Product Manager, CatchOn, acknowledged that one goal of edtech is to provide educators with data so that they can develop a more effective and personalized learning plan for each student. They also said, though, that with the silos of information that still exist in many schools and districts, one of the most important pieces of data to collect is to find out what edtech resources are actually being used in your classroom. By asking three key questions, leaders can get a better sense of their K-12 edtech ecosystem.