Webinar presenter Shannon Holden, Assistant Principal at Republic Middle School in MO, examined what pitfalls educators have experienced so far – and how to avoid them yourself!
Webinar presenter, Shannon Holden, Assistant Principal at Republic Middle School, MO, compared and contrasted the features and functionality of these two cloud-based storage platforms and discussed with webinar attendees how to use these platforms for the classroom!
One of the biggest trends in education is the implementation of “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) programs in schools. While these initiatives can bring great benefits, they can also lead to trouble if not implemented properly.
A ton of research and anecdotal evidence exists that proves an increase in writing proficiency for students who write frequently. Blogging is a great way for students to write frequently in an online format – but teachers often are afraid to encourage students to blog due to privacy and safety concerns.
Let’s face it, students have the potential to be a bit disorganized. How do we give students the ability to organize and track their assignments from as many as seven different classes when the reality is that most of them have trouble keeping their rooms from looking like disaster areas!
In case you didn’t know, your school needs to utilize a Learning Management System (LMS) to truly be considered a 21st Century learning environment. edWeb community, TechTools for the Classroom, held it’s latest webinar on the benefits of these systems and how to choose the most appropriate one for your learning environment.
Most teachers have a large collection of Powerpoint presentations that they have put together over the years. Wouldn’t it be great if teachers could make these valuable lessons available to students 24/7?
A large number of tweens and teens are great consumers of digital content, but struggle with producing anything of value using digital resources. Even when they are successful in producing something great, they then have issues with finding it when asked to submit it for grading!