How do we design a programming language? And how might we design one for early learners?
This webinar will look at the intersection of STEAM and project-based learning.
Learn how you can use Agile Project Management to make project-based learning even more powerful for your students.
We will focus on what adaptive learning is and how powerful it can be for learners of all sorts.
What are school or district professional development needs, and how can education leaders get buy-in from their teaching, student, and parent communities for digital learning?
Empower educators with professional development designed to enable highly engaged learning experiences and unlock the learning potential of every student.
The webinar will help school leaders understand how trustful relationships, positive school climate and restorative approaches to discipline can enhance learning.
Would you and your teachers like to save time and provide real-time, effective feedback to students?
Know more about a new model that helps teachers create more opportunities to work directly with small groups of students, differentiate instruction, individualize scaffolding and support, and allow students to self-pace their learning.
Learn about the new roles of teachers and how they contribute to teaching quality and student learning.
Educators must redesign the learning environment to prepare students for a rapidly changing world in the gig economy where employers are seeking a workforce to close the skills gap.
A key component to a quality online course is instructor presence.
What do effective teachers do, and how do we identify those qualities most desired in the best teachers? This presentation will feature the latest research-to-practice findings
Learn how to help young children explore STEAM concepts with fun and engaging activities in order to build crucial 21st century learning skills—including collaboration, communication, creativity and problem solving, curiosity, and critical thinking.
Learn best practices for planning a course and strategies to help faculty make the most of digital textbooks in and out of the classroom.
Check the challenges school districts face sifting through what works and investing in induction programs that increase student learning and achievement.
In this webinar, you’ll see how Watermark systems can help your campus streamline assessment efforts with trusted technologies and better data.
An educational process, known as modifying curriculum, can open doors to an inclusive, high quality education for students who work below grade level. In this edWebinar, Nicole Eredics, author of Inclusion in Action: Practical Strategies to Modify Your Curriculum, will give you step-by-step instruction on when and how to modify curriculum.
Facilitating an Assignment Charrette: Providing Space for Faculty-Led Conversations on Assignment Design
The National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA) will provide an overview of the tools, resources, and process for conducting an assignment charrette with your faculty.
Developing emotional intelligence (EQ) in students is essential to preparing them for success in college, careers, and adult life. During this edWebinar, Maurice J. Elias, Ph.D., and Steven E. Tobias, Psy.D., will talk about what emotional intelligence is and why and how you can build valuable EQ skills in your students.
In this session, you will learn initial ideas and frameworks for how to use virtual reality for learning.
By teaching the way the brain learns, using specific strategies that assist students in engaging with content and consciously teaching for memory, we can accommodate some of our students' differences and help students gain confidence in their abilities.
Pedagogical documentation is the process of recording events in the life of a child as a vehicle for learning that bridges our understanding of children. When executed correctly, pedagogical documentation makes for an engaging learning process for both children and teachers
Drawing on decades of research and myriad authentic classroom experiences, Kathleen M. Budge and William H. Parrett dispel harmful myths, explain the facts, and urge educators to act against the debilitating effects of poverty on their students.