Join us for this edWebinar where we will share a framework for developing a dyslexia plan that addresses the key areas that you will need to focus on in order to be successful.
Listen and learn how experienced eLearning coaches, Nadine Gilkison and Lisa Highfill, provide insight for coaching in a crisis.
In this edWebinar, we will explore innovative ways to virtually teach and engage students in reading and writing across disciplines.
The AEM Center will provide resources and guidance during this edWebinar, and will be available for free technical assistance as educators navigate eLearning Days now and in the weeks ahead.
As school districts across the country face school closings, the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) is launching the SETDA Coalition for eLearning on edWeb.net. The SETDA Coalition for eLearning focuses state leaders, affiliates, and partners in collective action around teaching and learning in the digital age. edWeb will be hosting the new Essential Elements for eLearning community of practice and a series of edWebinars to help disseminate an ever-evolving compilation of rapidly developing resources around eLearning for state education agencies and school districts. The program is free thanks to support from AT&T Aspire.
In this webinar Holbrook Mahn, a professor at the University of New Mexico, will demonstrate how he uses edWeb to create highly engaging learning communities for his higher ed courses, making learning much more collaborative for his students.
On this month’s interview on Education Talk Radio, hosted by edweb.net, Karen Collias, founder of Knowledge without Borders, shared some insight on how online learning communities can be used to expand the knowledge base of educators, worldwide. Karen has broad and extensive experience in the field of education, including a PhD from Columbia University, global education experience in Russia, work experience with the Smithsonian Science Center, educational consulting positions and… read more →
The Prek-3 Digital Learning community on edWeb.net was proud to host presenter Mark Schlichting in this month’s session. Mark, a veteran children’s designer and creator of Broderbund’s Living Books series, shared his insights and experiences from 25 years of experience creating award winning educational interactive content for children.
In this month’s Exploring eBooks for K-12 webinar on edWeb.net, presenter Carl Harvey provided ideas and examples of how educators and their students can create their own eBooks. He discussed how creating eBooks can be used as to tool to align with Common Core standards for collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity.
Are you looking for a new project for your Early Childhood class? Have you checked out the various Blogs, Lanky parties, Pinterest, Twitter, etc.? This month’s Prek-3 Digital Learning webinar presented by Christi Gonzalez focused on a variety of educational applications and websites that educators can use on their lessons.