While giving all students access to high-speed internet and a working computer are strong steps towards creating equitable learning opportunities, there’s one area schools often miss: technical assistance for students with learning differences.
Presented by Betsy Vergara Strawn, Former Language Acquisition Coach for World Languages and ESL Programs, Current World Language Content Specialist, Carnegie Learning; and Jane Maloney, Former Spanish Teacher, Current World Language Content Specialist, Carnegie Learning
Presented by Eric Sheninger, Associate Partner, International Center for Leadership in Education
Moderated by Siobhan Nordstrom, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Watch the Recording For decades educators have known that children who can read on grade level by the third grade stand a much better chance of succeeding in school and in life. The fundamental skills needed to read begin in early childhood and require the developmental scaffolding of skills to put all the pieces together… read more →
Presented by Steve Isaacs, Education Program Manager, Epic Games; and Cathy Cheo-Isaacs, Education Specialist, Epic Games
Moderated by Kristi Hemingway, VP of Content & Creative Strategy, EdCuration
As highlighted in the EmpowerED Superintendent Toolkit, there are three essential focus points of smart IT decision making: total cost of ownership (TCO), student outcomes and budgeting management, and the value of the investment. In “Leadership Strategies for Scaling, Sustaining, and Budgeting for Education Technology Innovations,” three education leaders discuss critical strategic technology planning and investments implemented in their districts to scale and sustain long-term innovation effectively.
Presented by Peter Kelpin, District Implementation Resource Specialist, EVERFI; and Dr. Jaumeiko Coleman, Vice President of Early Literacy Impact, EVERFI
Presented by Sam Kary, Founder and CEO, New EdTech Classroom
Presented by Timeri Tolnay, CEO, EdCuration
Moderated by Kristi Hemingway, Director of Programs, EdCuration
Social-emotional learning (SEL) and technology might not seem like natural partners. But, according to the presenters in the edWebinar, “Social-Emotional Learning: Leveraging Technology to Care for All,” sponsored by ClassLink and co-hosted by CoSN and AASA, technology is an essential part of their programs. During the presentation, the speakers explained the role technology plays in supporting SEL initiatives.