Our Webinars and Events calendar has been updated. All webinar information- upcoming webinars, archived webinars and dicussions around webinars can be found in the Webinars and Events section of our community.


Upcoming March webinars include. . .

  • Thinking Critically with Primary Sources - Join Dr. PeggyGrant as she reviews resources and strategies for helping students find and analyze primary source data, such as photos and historical and personal documents, to develop critical thinking skills during research projects. March 21, 2011 5pm Pacific
  • Intel® Teach Elements Overview - Intel® Teach Elements: A Series of 21st Century Short Courses Join Judi Yost for an overview of all the Intel Teach Elements courses. The overview will include a highlight of each Elements course, strategies for getting the most out of each course, the process for requesting facilitation materials, and how to get support for Elements in the Teachers Engage Community. Webinar room will    open 15 minutes before presentation, presentation is one hour. March 22, 2011 3pm Pacific
  • Intel Teach Live! - In March our dynamic duo, Vanessa and Dyane request you to share with the group    your latest digital toolbox additions. Have a favorite online resource? New web 2.0 tool?  Follow a blog we should all check out?  Bring your links and your knowledge to this virtual round table session.  This will be a truly collaborative event for all! March 29, 2011 5pm Pacific
  • Assessing Projects & Assessment in a 21st Century Classroom - Join Dr. Peggy Grant as she reviews Intel’s Assessing Projects and assessment in a 21st Century Classroom. March 30th 8am Pacific
  • Projects with Impact! Join Stefanie Hausman as she takes a look at how teachers and students are using project-based learning to make a difference in their communities and the world! See how social media and mobile technologies can take service learning to another level. Discuss how Web 2.0 technologies can support key elements of quality service-learning; deepening research on community problems, reaching out to a broader audience, addressing global problems, and enhancing reflection. Consider how mobile devices can be used as tools for critical citizenship and engagement of students in addressing community issues. March 30th 3pm Pacific


We hope that you will register and attend one of our upcoming webinars.