Attendees will gain a framework for impactful professional learning, learn about assessment tools and strategies that support and inform a competency-based approach to learning, and hear from school leaders using the model.
In May 2019, 150 principals from across the country participated in an edWeb survey on the topics, challenges, and accomplishments they experienced this year as the educational leaders in their buildings. Some of the most significant challenges and successes were highlighted in a recent edWebinar presented by Shannon Holden, Principal, Pierce City High School, MO, and Dr. L. Robert Furman, Principal, South Park Elementary Center, PA. Interestingly, no matter what the topic, all principals pointed to a universal message that school culture can either be a catalyst for student success or a roadblock to positive changes.
Learn about Ohio’s perspective on the use of evidence to support professional learning at the state level, in districts and in schools.
In this edWebinar, attendees will be introduced to a finite set of high-yield elements of a successful literacy program of study.
This edWebinar will discuss and probe the results of the survey with feedback from our live audience, and set the stage for a series of monthly edWebinars that address the most compelling topics.
This edWebinar showcases ways in which schools around the world are using collaborative digital learning environments for professional learning communities.
In this edWebinar, join Suzy Brooks, Mashpee’s Director of Instructional Technology, Michael Schwab from Google’s Education Team, and Jena Draper from CatchOn, for a discussion about the power of data analytics.
This edWebinar will share ideas for how educators in different roles in a school community can foster a collaborative, personalized professional learning culture.
If you get some down time over the holidays, it’s a great time to catch up on some of the most popular edWebinars of 2018! This year we hosted over 285 edWebinars on a wide range of innovative topics for early childhood educators, librarians, teachers, and administrators. Here is our Top 25 List for 2018 based on those that had the most views.
In this edWebinar, develop a depper understanding of micro-credentials and how they personalize learning for educators on a variety of topics.