In this month’s Prek-3 Digital Learning on edWeb.net, presenters Becky Conners and Julia Young shared unique ways to incorporate the 4 C’s recommended by the Partnership for 21st Century Skills ~ Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, Creativity (+ Compassion) into your curriculum.
In this month’s TechTools webinar on edWeb.net, presenter Shannon Holden shared numerous techniques teachers are using to help students study at home using digital resources. He also discussed how using flashcard technology such as Quizlet and StudyBlue, allows students to study key concepts in their classes ON their mobile phone, iPod, laptop, or tablet!
In the first session in the 3 part series from PBS on edWeb.net, presenters Carolyn Jacobs and Cynthia Warner discussed interactive ways to integrate multiple methods and tools into your reading lesson. They shared ways you can use video clips, activies, and note taking to enhance understanding of informational text. They also showed video clips to illustrate ways the tools can be used.
In this month’s New Teacher Help webinar on edWeb.net, persenter Shannon Holden talked about the use of digital portfolios by teachers and students to demonstrate learning. He discussed how digital porfolios are becoming more widely used in the classroom, as students are able to take charge of what they learn and how they present their learning to teachers and parents. Join Shannon Holden as he helps teachers utilize this great new way to get students excited about learning.
In the first PreK – 3 Digital Learning on edWeb.net, presenter Chip Donohue identified common concerns about young children and technology. He highlighted the benefits when educators select, use and integrate technology in ways that support healthy development and early learning.
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.
One resource that educators frequently overlook is the YouTube video editor. YouTube has really beefed up its video editor with tons of great features – and it’s all FREE.
In the first session of this three part series on edWeb.net presenter April Gudenrath discussed flipping the English language classroom. She talked about the common core and independent thinking, as well as depth of knowledge.
Wikispaces allow teachers to collaborate with students in an online environment. Presenter Shannon Holden discussed using Wikispaces in you classroom in this month’s TechTools webinar.
Universal Design for Leaning, also known as UDL, helps teachers create targeted instruction to address every type of learning. When paired with technology this framework becomes even more effective.