Join educational tech enthusiast Shannon Holden as he reveals several free tools to help teachers (including teachers with no technological skills) deliver digital lessons to students.
Aubrey Harrison, Instructional Technology Specialist at Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, shared his passion for flipped learning. By flipping your classroom, you can provide your students with material to review at home, and use valuable classroom time for deeper learning experiences.
Participatory learning tools like social media and/or learning management systems can strengthen instructional partnerships between classroom teachers and school librarians. This webinar highlighted examples of how such partnerships can increase student achievement and professional learning for teachers.
View this webinar, presented by the LMC @ The Forefront community on edWeb.net, to learn how to revolutionize research, teaching, and learning with databases.
This webinar gave educators—teachers from all grade levels and subject areas, as well as principals and other administrators —an overview of the reasons why flipping may just be the “hottest new thing” in education today.
As a teacher, Todd Nesloney was active on Twitter and as a blogger. Based on his social media presence, which showcased his love of project-based learning, Navasota School District offered him a job as principal at an underperforming fourth- and fifth-grade campus, along with the rare opportunity to transform the school from the ground up.
While New Canaan High School library has been packaging instruction for online consumption for years, it shifted its approach this year to increase personalized instruction.
edWeb community, EdTech Innovators, presented a wide-ranging May webinar, in which presenter, JD Ferries-Rowe discussed how he, as CIO of Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School, Indianapolis, IN, brings together BYOT, hands-on PD, and flipped learning to help teachers create a mobile and dynamic classroom experience.
The Inspiring Middle School Literacy lessons enhance the literacy skills of middle school students while engaging them in a topic, e.g., multiplying fractions, plate tectonics, immigration, civil rights, bullying.
If you have ever thought about “Flipping” your classroom, you know the first question that comes to mind – “What if students do not have Internet access at home?” In this month’s TechTools for the Classroom webinar on edWeb.net, presenter Shannon Holden shared ways for teachers