This month’s edTech Innovators webinar on edWeb.net, presenter Randy Moczygemba offered his perspective on how rolling out one tech initiative can pave the way for others. Randy discussed his district’s 1-to-1 iPad initiative and his use of iTunes U in staff development.
In the third session in the three part Flipped Learning series on edWeb.net, presenters Marc Seigel and special guest Jerry Overmeyer showed teachers how to use flipped learning techniques to meet Common Core State Standards across-the-curriculum. They shared specific strategies and tips on how they are using flipped learning to meet the new standards for higher order thinking skills.
In the second session in the three part Flipped Learning series on edWeb.net, presenter Crystal Kirch talked about flipping the math classroom. She shared her experience transition from traditional methods to flipped learning and tips for educators who are starting the process. She also discussed key topics and ideas to focus on while flipping.
What is Glogster? Presenter Shannon Holden explored the classroom tool in this months TechTools for the Classroom webinar on edWeb.net.
In this months Teaching Students with Autism webinar on edWeb.net presenter Anthony Gerke discussed iPads and autism. He explored ways to meet the individual needs of your students when using an iPad and focused on features like guided access to lock students into a set program.
Is your school thinking of implementing a 1 to 1 device plan? 1 to 1 pioneer Michael Mason talked about his district’s digital education network or “Wolves D.E.N” in this month’s edTech Innovators webinar. Michael shared strategies and best practices for implementing a technology initiative. He discussed the specific device his school district selected, as well as their PD process. The program is presented by Michael Mason, Superintendent of Reeds Spring School… read more →
There are countless digital games that target the K-12 market. In this month’s Game-Based Learning webinar, presenters Dr. John Richards and Dr. Michael Levine shared a research based analysis of the market, as well as the role of these games in education reforms. The webinar explored the research conducted by Dr. Richards and the Cooney Center that focused on the function of games in schools, as well as teacher practices for implementation.… read more →
In today’s technology-driven times where teachers are expected to address the Common Core State Standards, finding helpful materials in textbooks can be a difficult task. Presenter Shannon Holden explored FREE resources available to teachers online in the form of digital textbooks in this month’s TechTools webinar. He discussed research, saving vs. spending, and ingredients for a successful transition. Watch the webinar to learn the recipe for success! Quotes from the… read more →
Mobile devices are being used to teach math, science, reading… and PE!? This months edTech Innovator, Betty Ann Fish, is using a mobile technology in a very unique way. In the community’s June webinar, Betty Ann discussed how she adapted the popular classroom tool to meet the the digital dexterity of her students in Physical Education classes. She also shared how she uses technology such as iPads, pedometers, and QR… read more →
Mobile devices are changing the way we do everything from pay for a coffee to hailing a taxi, but are they changing the way we learn? Dr. Paul Kim discussed the minimal effect of mobile devices on teaching and learning in an otherwise digital era in this month’s Mobile Learning Explorations webinar. He took and in-depth look at relevant and thought provoking issues such as mobile device bans in classrooms and… read more →