0 Replies Latest reply on Apr 23, 2013 11:57 AM by mdconley57

    Exciting Upcoming Webinars!


      The Teachers Engage Webinar schedule is heating up! The next several weeks feature a wealth of free, live professional learning in which you can participate. Check out the summaries below and click the links to register (all times U.S. Pacific time zone).


      April 29th at 5:00 PM

      Intel® Education Mobile Learning Series: The Benefits of Mobile Technologies for K-12

      The Intel® Education Mobile Learning Series welcomes special guests Dr. Cathleen Norris and Dr. Elliot Soloway to present "The Benefits of Mobile Technologies for K-12: Transformative and Inevitable!" Enabling New Pedagogical Practices and Dramatic Increases in Student Performance. Norris and Soloway stand by their 2010 prediction: by 2015, each and every student in America’s K-12 classrooms will be using his or her own mobile computing device 24/7 for curricular purposes. For good reasons! Those miraculously-thin and light, aluminum-encased slabs of glass afford significant benefits for teaching and learning. For example, Internet-connected, mobile devices enable learners to directly and immediately access information, events, organizations, places, individuals, data, tools, etc. Such unprecedented access enables learners to take control of their own learning – thereby enabling all teachers, not just artisan teachers, to enact a learn-by-doing, inquiry-directed pedagogy in their classrooms. Flipping the classroom is only the beginning; mobile technologies extend the classroom to enable all-the-time, everywhere learning, which, in turn, supports the linking of the abstract ideas explored inside the classroom to the concrete, real world of people, places, and things outside the classroom. The benefits of mobile devices can – and will – enable the next wave of educational practices and unleash dramatic increases in student performance. And, most importantly make no mistake: THIS CHANGE IS INEVITABLE.

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      April 30th at 5:00 PM

      Intel Teach Live: Students Generating Visualized Data

      This April join vkajones along with special guests Linda Nitsche and Erin VanGuilder as they demonstrate how students can visualize data through graphics. They will discuss the basic characteristics found in most infographics, view student examples, and even explore online digital tools that generate original infographics.

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      May 7th at 4:00 PM

      The FUNdamentals of Learning
      Presenters will share online resources and tools that educators might use for Foundation, engaging students through authenticity, life connections, and high interest; Understanding, activating HOTS (Higher Order Thinking Skills); and Network, students as creators and producers for global audience.

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      May 9th at 5:00 PM
      Intel® Education Mobile Learning Series: Learning to Learn Like Kids Today Do - Anywhere, Anytime

      Think of a "typical" 8 year old...now a "typical" 13 year old…and finally, a "typical" 17 year old. What do you notice about how they learn? What role do mobile technologies play in this learning? What do you notice about what they learn? How does access to technology influence this? How are these different from how and what you learned at those ages? Becky Fisher helps us explore these questions and more as we did deeply in to how we learn and what we can do to better understand and connect with how many kids today learn.

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      May 16th at 5:00 PM

      Engage 1:1 - Infrastructure, Architecture & Funding

      For a 1:1 program to be successful, there are many considerations that have to be addressed, including network modernization, endpoint management, application delivery, and not least of which, financing all of the technology and training involved. This workshop will address the challenges and possible solutions to the technology and funding challenges of a 1:1 program.

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      May 21st at 5:00 PM

      Virtual Museum Field Trip: Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum
      The Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum is one of America’s leading historic, cultural and educational institutions. The Museum is centered on the aircraft carrier Intrepid (CVS-11), one of the most successful ships in US history, and now a national historic landmark in New York City. The museum’s educational program offers a range of dynamic lessons that engage participants of all ages in areas of history, water, aviation and space science. Learn more about the museum and its educational programs during this webinar.

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