Edweb webinar opportunities for OCTOBER!

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Upcoming Webinars

 

Your School Library – 

Mobile, Flipped, and Curated

Tuesday, October 8th – 4PM Eastern Time

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Presented by Joyce Valenza, Teacher-Librarian at Springfield Township High School in PA, and Adjunct Professor at the School Library & Information Technologies Graduate Program at Mansfield University

Join the community LMC @ The Forefront

 

Bilingualism for a Global Society: 

Leveraging the Native Skills of ELLs

Wednesday, October 9th – 3PM Eastern Time

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Presented by Karen E. Broadnax, Ed. D., ESL/Multilingual Services Director, Little Rock School District

Join the community Using Technology for Language Instruction

 

Global Efforts to Understand the Potential of Mobile Learning: UNESCO Shares Its Insight

Wednesday, October 9th – 4PM Eastern Time

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Presented by Steve Vosloo, Programme Specialist: Mobile Learning, UNESCO; Jennifer Fritschi, Ph.D., Director of Strategic Partnerships, State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA); and Mary Ann Wolf, PhD, CEO, Wolf Ed

Join the community Mobile Learning Explorations

 

Become a Connected Educator – 

Creating Your PLN

Wednesday, October 9th – 5PM Eastern Time

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Presented by Shannon Holden, Assistant Principal, Republic Middle School, MO

Join the community New Teacher Help

 

E-rate 2.0: Impressions, Updates, and Comments

Thursday, October 10th – 3PM Eastern Time

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Presented by Brian Stephens, Senior Technology and Regulatory Analyst, Funds For Learning

Join the community Your Online Guide to E-rate Funding

 

Zombies, Fairies, and Superheroes: How to Teach Science by Letting Students Choose the Topic

Wednesday, October 16th – 4PM Eastern Time

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Presented by Cinnamon Holsclaw, science teacher at Red Hills Middle School in Richfield, UT

Join the community EdTech Innovators

 

Portable Libraries – Building a mobile library program that can fit in a pocket

Wednesday, October 16th – 5PM Eastern Time

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Presented by Michelle Luhtala, Head Librarian, New Canaan High School, CT

Join the community Emerging Tech

 

Classroom Tools for Integrating Diverse Media – CCSS Standard 7

Thursday, October 17th – 4PM Eastern Time

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Presented by Dr. Susan Hall, Founder and President of the 95 Percent Group

Join the community Instructional Strategies for Reading Improvement K-8

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View “Tech Tidbits & Free Social Media Apps for the Hurried Administrator”

Presented by Dr. Rob Furman, principal of South Park Elementary School near Pittsburgh, PA

Join the community Leadership 3.0

 

View “From School Garden to Cafeteria Table: How to Plan, Grow, and Use Garden Produce in a School Cafeteria Lunch Program”

Presented by Matthew Doris, Food Service Director & Chef, Tuckahoe Common School District, Southampton, NY

Join the community Growing School Gardens

 

View “Amplifying Student Learning: Using Mobile Apps to Create, Share, and Connect”

Presented by Carolyn Skibba, Technology Coordinator and Apple Distinguished Educator

Join the community Audio-based Learning and Collaboration

 

View “Are You Designing for Mobile?”

Presented by David Jakes, Educational Digital Designer and Strategist, Cannon Design and The Third Teacher Plus

Join the community Mobile Learning Explorations

 

View “K-12 Funding Sources: Navigating the Money Trail”

Presented by David DeSchryver, Vice President of Education Policy at Whiteboard advisors and Deborah Ward, independent grant writing consultant

Join the community Using Technology for Language Instruction

 

View “Which came first? Content vs. Device”

Presented by Carl Harvey, School Librarian, Noblesville, IN

Join the community Exploring eBooks for K-12

 

View “Flipping the ELA Classroom”

Presented by April Gudernrath, Department Chair High School English at Academy School District 20, Colorado Springs, CO

Join The Flipped Learning Community

 

View “Using Wikispaces to Collaborate With Students Online”

Presented by Shannon Holden, Assistant Principal, Republic Middle School, MO

Join the community TechTools for the Classroom

 

View “Reading Informational Text: Analyzing Craft and Structure”

Presented by Suzanne Zimbler, Assistant Managing Editor, TIME For Kids, and Jaime Joyce, Assistant Managing Editor, Education, TIME For Kids

Join the community Real World Literacy and the Common Core

 

View “Universal Design for Learning and Technology: Making Connections”

Presented by Elizabeth M. Dalton, Ph.D., Director, Development and Research, TechACCESS of RI, with Lauren Stafford, M.Ed., Vice President, Research and Professional Development for Monarch Teaching Technologies

Join the community Teaching Students with Autism

Are You Designing for Mobile?Thursday, September 26th at 5pm ET

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Presenter: David Jakes, Educational Digital Designer and Strategist, Cannon Design and The Third Teacher Plus

At the heart of the expansive growth of mobile devices is the staggering capability to connect and communicate.  How that capability is leveraged by school districts is an emerging and compelling question.  In our community’s next webinar, Educational Digital Designer and Strategist David Jakes will explore a framework for developing and deploying a mobile ecology for your school or district.  Learn about the strategies required to build learning environments for students that take advantage of the affordances of mobile technologies, and how mobile capacity can be creatively used to connect with community stakeholders.  This webinar will challenge you to deeply consider the role of mobile technologies in what you do, and how designing for mobile can become a 21st Century mindset for schools. Join David on September 26 to learn about designing for mobile.

Global Efforts to Understand the Potential of Mobile Learning

UNESCO Shares Its Insight

Wednesday, October 9th at 4pm ET

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Presenters: Steve Vosloo, Programme Specialist: Mobile Learning, UNESCO; Jennifer Fritschi, Ph.D., Director of Strategic Partnerships, State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA); and Mary Ann Wolf, PhD, CEO, Wolf Ed.

The potential of mobile learning continues to expand in the U.S. and around the world. As districts and schools work to implement technology that has become commonplace for many students outside of school, they face many challenges and opportunities. Steven Vosloo, Jennifer Fritschi, and Mary Ann Wolf will share their insight on trends, examples, and policy and practice implications, including Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), professional learning opportunities, and other policy implications.

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