Presented by Prof. Shimon Schocken, Computer Scientist, Educator, and Co-founder of Matific
In this edWebinar, learn best practices and messaging to give to both students and parents to help them navigate using that new holiday device.
The world is an amazing place full of learning opportunities for students. Having access to mobile devices has allowed students and teachers to connect in ways we once only dreamed possible.
edWeb community, New Teacher Help, held this webinar on apps for all teachers interested in harnessing the power of technology to their advantage.
In this webinar, held by edWeb community, ReEnergize Today’s Connected Classroom, Steven Anderson, Content and Relationship Evangelist for Promethean, discussed what today’s mobile learning classroom looks and feels like. Together, attendees learned how to transition from a classroom of students and a teacher, to a community of learners.
In the past seven years, Indiana’s Noblesville Schools has tried three different website solutions in an effort to expand their community engagement. The process was frustrating, but their research and persistence finally led them to the engagement and communication levels they were looking for.
With the prevalence of smartphone technology, educators can build application fluency in their own productivity and learning so that when the time comes, they will have the skill and expertise to help students and colleagues transition into mobile learning.
What are the most wonderful play and learning experiences young children can have using mobile devices, and why are they so powerful?
Good questions can be used equally well for instruction and assessment, often at the same time. Various technology options are available for the teacher, all the way from selection and formatting of questions to delivery through PowerPoint presentations, software for interactive whiteboards, teacher or school web pages, or any handheld device (smartphones and tablets).
In the second session of PBS LearningMedia’s series on edWeb.net, presenters Carolyn Jacobs and Jane Porath discussed the Middle School Literacy collection of lessons.