EdTech Webinar Archives





August 19, 2021

Leverage Technology to Reach EVERY Family

Creating a sense of community can be difficult for any school or district. But, are you using the right tools to reach EVERY family? This webinar will dive into a variety of edtech tools teachers can use to bridge the communication gap and build a culture of community. Listeners will learn how to become their own storytellers and design effective outreach programs through social media, learning management systems, and more!

September 16, 2021

Utilize Tools and Strategies to Prepare for the "Whole Child"

Are you asking the right questions to dig deeper in getting to know your students and their needs? Join us to go beyond the surface and get to know the child as a whole. We will explore different technology tools and strategies to collect this information and then plan for instruction that promotes and supports their year long growth.

October 21, 2021

Move the Needle - Grading Strategies That Make Sense

How do you "grade" student work? For many, the answer is complicated. Thankfully, there's a variety of edtech tools that can help you streamline your grading practices and promote real student growth. We'll review the benefits of grading strategies like standards-based grading, peer-feedback, mastery, badging options, and more and discuss how you can implement similar strategies with your students!

November 18, 2021

Maximize Student Feedback with Tech Tools

Even in today's digital world, you still have piles of student work staring you in the face. Are you wondering how you can make that pile disappear or how to speed up the process of giving students feedback? Join us and learn how to leverage digital tools to provide targeted, on-time feedback in a variety of ways (text-based, video-based, audio-based, etc.).

December 16, 2021

Things to Leave in 2021 - Marry, Date, or Dump (EdTech Edition)

Join us for a unique twist on our monthly webinar series, as two of our coaches play an Educational Technology version of the classic slumber party staple, 'Marry, Date, or Dump?' What should you make an essential part of your teaching practice in 2022? What should you never do again? Grab some snacks, gather 'round, and play along with us!

January 20, 2022

Facilitate, Don't Frustrate - Reimagine Your Role in the Classroom

Are you tired of being the "Sage on the Stage?" Are you looking to become more of a "Guide on the Side?" Join us to dive deeper into the world of blended learning stations, playlists, and choice boards. We will examine ways to build in choice, create room for student driven exploration, and promote personalized pacing that even the most traditional teacher can embrace.

February 17, 2022

Master Data-Driven Tools with Real-Time Results

Are you feeling overwhelmed with expectations and the time involved to make data-informed decisions in your classroom? In this webinar we will show you how to utilize digital tools that provide instant formative data to gauge student understanding. Tap into the potential of these tools and strategies to pivot your classroom instruction on-the-fly in no time at all.

March 17, 2022

We Played a "Review" Game...What's Next? 

Kahoot!, Quizizz, Factile, Gimkit and more! Games are certainly a fun way to pass the time, to get students excited about learning, or to review before the big assessment. But what's next? Did you know that many of these online games collect data that provide insights into student learning? Register and discover how to both maximize the fun of academic games and capitalize on the invaluable data they collect.

April 21, 2022

Visualize and Interpret Student Data in Meaningful Ways

Tap into the power of charts, graphs, and more to really analyze what your students understand! Whether you are looking at the growth of an individual student or trying to gauge the progress of your entire class, visualizing data makes it easy to make informed decisions about instruction. Join us to learn how to effectively visualize your own classroom data and learn what questions to ask in order to make the most of it!

May 19, 2022

Find Great Lesson Content and Instructional Ideas (Homies Help Homies)

Before summer begins, this webinar will review different ways teachers can support each other in the classroom. From harvesting materials to replanting those same resources into your community-of-practice, this webinar will help you find high-quality resources and strategies that will help make learning stick for students. Learn how to skillfully use technology to enhance your personal learning network and grow with others.




August 20, 2020

Creating Virtual Classroom Culture; Get to Know Your Students Remotely

Starting the school year online or in a hybrid setting will present unique challenges to get to know your students and create a sustainable classroom culture. This webinar will cover beginning of the year ice-breaker activities, ways to foster invaluable ``hallway`` conversations, and strategies to establish norms and expectations online.

September 17, 2020

Tips and Tricks to Stay Organized, Digitally

Now, more than ever, we need tips and tricks to stay organized in a digital environment. Join us to discover easy ways to keep your LMS organized for you and your students!

October 15, 2020

Take the Google Out of Your Assessments

Looking for more creative ways to assess your students? Wondering how to re-structure your assessments so they are not ``Google-able?`` We have you covered! Join us for this interactive webinar to discuss practical ways you can alter assessments to confidently assess student learning...not the results of a Google search.

November 19, 2020

Maximize Your Screencasts

You know how to record a screencast. Now, how do you make your screencast more effective, both in how it is recorded and how you are using it with your students? Join us to discuss strategies you can use to create instructionally sound, engaging screen recordings.

December 17, 2020

Discussion Board Tools

Students need a way to share their thoughts and what they have learned with their teachers and their classmates! Additionally, learning to collaborate and share ideas with their classmates is an important lifelong skill that they will take with them outside of the classroom. We will look at how you can utilize some tech tools to create discussion boards for your classroom!

January 21, 2021

Remote Play: Using Games with Remote Learning

Game on! Play has always been a key part of how students learn. Accept this quest to learn about how you can use games as a resource for your class and how you can apply the ideas behind successful games to your own class as well!

February 18, 2021

Digitizing Old-School Tools

Let's face it: the world is changing, and that worksheet packet just isn't cutting it anymore. They're no fun to grade, and even less fun to work on. In this session, we'll cover simple, quick ways to take what you already do so well (teach and egnage your students) and use some tech ``touch-ups`` to add some flare to your more ``traditional`` lessons.

March 18, 2021

Review Games Students Love

Kids of all ages can do anything if they are given an opportunity to try. In a world where technology is an integral part of our education we need to make even the youngest students familiar with the in’s and out’s of technology. We need to not only prepare them for future grades but help them become more independent. This webinar will give you the tools you need to help increase collaboration, independence, problem solving, and creativity among your littles!

April 15, 2021

Learn to Code Anywhere

Problem-solving, collaboration, and critical thinking are important skills to develop in our students. Coding is a great way to help students develop skills that will help them in every class. You don't need prior experience with coding to take advantage of the wonderful resources that exist; this webinar will give you the tools and direction you need to help your students get started!

May 20, 2021

``Konmari`` Your Digital Classroom

You've made it to the end of the year...join us to review some strategies that will help you save time, organize your lessons/materials, and clean up your Schoology or Google Classroom courses before summer starts!





September 18, 2019

Tech Tools for Team Teaching

Team productivity has never been easier with technology at your disposal. Teachers, administrators, media specialists, and instructional coaches alike will all benefit from the latest teaming strategies discussed in this webinar. Learn how tech can help you improve team communication, organize and delegate tasks, ignite your meetings with productive conversation, and much more!

October 16, 2019

Make your space the Makerspace

How might you use a green screen, a 3D printer, or a laser cutter to impact student engagement and achievement at any grade level and any subject area? This webinar will guide you through student-focused considerations for expanding, or starting, your Makerspace, and supporting teachers in smoothly integrating Makerspace experiences across the curriculum.

November 20, 2019

Digital Interactive Notebooks in all subjects

Can you use Google Slides from more than presentations? This webinar will guide you through the steps to create a digital interactive notebook which can be used in any content area. Please note, this webinar will be held at 3:00 p.m. Eastern.

December 18, 2019

Hyperdocs Hype

Want to turn Google Docs into a more interactive and flexible classroom lesson? This webinar will take teachers through the purpose behind hyperdocs, how to build a student friendly version, and what resources up the engagement of a document.

January 16, 2020

Marie Kondo Your Google Classroom

This webinar features the intuitive nature of Google Classroom. With just a few clicks, the most technology-reluctant teacher can bring their classroom into the digital age. Tune in to learn how to create and manage classes, organize your class stream, create and grade assignments, and integrate other Google Apps with ease.

March 18, 2020

Tech Coach Confessions

What do instructional technology coaching cycles look like at your school/district? If the answer is unclear, this webinar is for you! We'll spill insider confessions from first year coaches, share practical takeaways from our experience, and highlight the model we use for instructional coaching: the GROW model! From creating a practical plan to starting coaching cycles from the ground up, you'll leave equipped and motivated to make coaching cycles a reality at your school/district!

April 15, 2020

Primary Tech Made Practical

Kids of all ages can do anything if they are given an opportunity to try. In a world where technology is an integral part of our education we need to make even the youngest students familiar with the in’s and out’s of technology. We need to not only prepare them for future grades but help them become more independent. This webinar will give you the tools you need to help increase collaboration, independence, problem-solving, and creativity among your littles!





October 17, 2018

Classroom Management in a Digital Age

It's easy to associate more devices and technology with more problems in the classroom. But, teachers can harness technology to control distractions, track behavior, and keep students engaged! This webinar will explore several helpful strategies for managing classroom behavior in the digital age and feature a variety of tools that can help make that possible!

September 19, 2018

The Reality of Virtual Reality in the Classroom

Virtual Reality is the future of education and, possibly the world as we know it...this webinar discusses ways teachers can implement VR platforms at their school, stay ahead of the curve, and engage students in ways never thought possible before. Learn about free digital tools like Google Arts & Culture, Google Voyager, Google Tour Builder, and Google Expeditions and integrate them into your classroom today!

November 14, 2018

Digital Tools that Champion Diversity

For most users, technology offers a way to do things faster or easier. For some users, technology is the gateway that makes some tasks possible. This webinar will cover some exciting ways that technology creates equitable access to material for diverse learners, and how you can begin to implement these tools in your classroom for the benefit of all students, including students with diverse needs. Explore assistive features built into, or available for, a variety of popular platforms as you continue to support all learners!

December 12, 2018

Implementing Technology in the K-5 Classroom

This webinar will explore how Dr. Ruben Puentedura's SAMR model applies to the unique work of educating students in K-5 classrooms. Learn how intentional use of technology to transform instruction dramatically impacts achievement and learn about numerous tools that take advantage of technology at each level of the SAMR model.

January 16, 2019

Global Connectedness in the Classroom

Our world has never been more connected and with an increase in international companies where people are working with others around the world, it is important our students build a global and cultural awareness. Bring the world to your classroom and give students a global audience to share their work, develop real world communication, collaboration and empathy skills. This webinar will introduce the importance of global connectedness and explore resources dedicated to creating global connections for you and your students.

March 20, 2019

Inventiveness Across the Curriculum

Allowing students to pursue their passions, in a way meaningful to them, is a process that should be supported in school. By giving students both time and practice to ideate, and designing lessons that unlock their inherent ability to make, create, and invent, we can empower them to apply the process of inventiveness both in and out of the classroom! This webinar will explore several helpful frameworks for supporting design thinking and ``making`` in the classroom and highlight a variety of digital tools that make it fun and easy.

April 17, 2019

Beyond Online Safety: Digital Citizenship for Advocacy

Part of ``good citizenship`` is using the resources and skills available to you to make a positive difference. The same can be said of good digital citizenship! We know that technology is capable of enabling and amplifying student voice to reach a global audience. Why should that voice be restricted only to core academic content? Join us for a discussion of why promoting advocacy skills for each student is so important, and tools that safely yet effectively give students the opportunity to develop skills they need to make lasting change in our world.





August 16, 2017

Harness the Power of Productivity in G Suite

This webinar highlights several time-saving features that maximize G Suite for Education tools. You will become a productive dynamo and learn tips to engage your students more effectively too! From managing your calendar, communicating efficiently, to gathering relevant information with ease, this webinar will help you harness the power of productivity in G Suite.

September 20, 2017

Collaborative Tech Tools to Enhance Communication

One of the foundations of a successful classroom is open, engaging, collaborative communication. Although traditional methods of discussion still have their place, this monthly webinar explores how digital tools like Flipgrid, Padlet, and others can transform discussion in your classroom today! Don't miss out; join the conversation!

October 18, 2017

Tools to Promote Digital Citizenship

In this day and age, “digital” safety is an essential part of basic safety. The more prepared educators feel to have these discussions with students, the better-equipped students will be for the digital world around them. This webinar features tools, best practices, and tips for championing digital citizenship in your school/classroom.

November 15, 2017

Computational Thinking Across the Curriculum

This webinar familiarizes educators with fundamental concepts of coding, and explore how this approach impacts student achievement. Participants will be exposed to various coding platforms and equipment, and learn real ways to use coding projects and strategies with their students.

December 13, 2017

Maximize the Google Classroom Experience

This webinar features the intuitive nature of Google Classroom. With just a few clicks, the most technology-reluctant teacher can bring their classroom into the digital age. Tune in to learn how to create and manage classes, organize your class stream, create and grade assignments, and integrate other Google Apps with ease.

January 17, 2018

Building Digital Age Assessments and Rubrics

Our educational system is trapped in assessment overload! But, this webinar focuses on the advantages of building digital assessments and rubrics and some free tools that make creating them easier. Learn how to manage the data-craze, track student progress, and masterfully assess your students in a digital world.

March 21, 2018

Google Sites in the Classroom

Google Sites are one of the most versatile tools in G Suite...are you taking advantage of this free platform? Whether you already are or not, this comprehensive webinar explores how teachers and students can use Google Sites effectively by creating and managing content, modifying styles/layouts, inviting collaborators, and integrating other Google tools seamlessly.

April 18, 2018

Essential G Suite for Education Add-Ons

One powerful feature of G Suite is the availability of Add-ons that provide added capabilities or streamlined ways to perform useful functions. This webinar will familiarize participants with some of the best time-saving and task-simplifying Add-ons available for G Suite tools like Docs, Sheets, and Forms.

Webinar schedule subject to change.