This session is designed to provide an examination of the biopsychosocial perspective on development of very young children.
Learn how comics and digital storytelling are great vehicles to help students understand digital citizenship in a fun, fast-paced, and meaningful way.
In this webinar, learn how essential it is for schools and districts to market this new communication tool to maximize the investment and improve connectivity in our “need it now” society.
Join us as Dr. Ernst explores culturally competent, authentic communication skills and strategies designed to engage families.
In our small school district, over a dozen teachers and 200 students participated in a project-based learning activity that allowed students to become self-published authors.
Communities can be as small as a family and close friends or as large as the whole world. Children today are inheriting our global world where they can interact and work with people nearly anywhere. In this webinar, learn about the free Greenleaf Program, an online virtual community with students halfway around the world, that will give your students a unique insight into children and culture.
Whether you and your school are considering, starting, or fully implementing a blended learning model, there are several key factors that impact the success of students in a new blended model. While each school’s journey to blended learning is unique, there are some critical decisions that every school must make along the way.
edWeb.net was just nominated for the Digital Innovation in Learning “Better Together” Award.
Studies show that it is imperative to change from the “old way” of thinking about parental involvement to a “new way” of organizing district leadership and school-based programs of school, family, and community partnerships. Dr. Joyce Epstein of Johns Hopkins University discussed key concepts, essential structures, and expected results of research-based programs of family and community involvement.
Civic life occurs on physical streets, and in community groups. Mobile media can help learners connect to local places, moving students through physical space in parks or at school. Often youth are particularly excited to engage with civic issues in their own communities and families. Games and play with mobile media provide one way to structure this kind of activity.