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*In the next section below lists archived FREE webinars

Upcoming Webinars from ASCD

January 6 at 1400 EST - FREE
LMS Strategies to Improve Schools (Register HERE)
Choosing the right learning management system is one of the most important technology decisions facing districts. But the very nature of what an LMS is and does is changing dramatically, and leaders must tackle complex challenges around selecting the ideal delivery method, providing professional development, and ensuring that software systems can talk to each other. In this webinar, Don McIntosh, a leading LMS consultant, and Marty Bray, the chief technology officer for Georgia's Forsyth County schools, offer their insights on what works best in putting together an effective LMS strategy, and the potential problems to avoid.

January 14 at 1400 EST - FREE
White Bear Lake Shares their Journey with Google Tools in the Classroom (Register HERE)
In this webinar, hear about how Google tools are helping transform classrooms in Minnesota with Mark Garrison of White Bear Lake Area School District. White Bear Lake Schools is using technology as a platform to help students meet the standards of the state’s “World’s Best Workforce Initiative.” The initiative puts a focus on collaboration, and you’ll hear how they’ve used some of Google’s tools to help foster an innovative and collaborative learning environment among the students and faculty.
Join this webinar and you will:
• Get an overview of the Google for Education solution
• Hear the story of White Bear Lake Schools and how they used technology to help meet state education standards
• Learn how Google tools are being used in the classroom and how this is improving student learning, collaboration, and innovation
• Be able to pose their questions to White Bear Lake and Google
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January 14 at 2000 EST - FREE
Alternative Certification Route to Licensure and Hire in Advance Agreement with UNLV and Clark County School District
Join this informational webinar presented by joint effort between UNLV and the Clark County School District to announce the pilot program which will get honorably discharged veterans, who successfully pass the alternative summer 2015 route to teaching certification program with UNLV, into paying positions within Clark County schools. Candidates must apply, get accepted into the program, attend classes, in person, at UNLV, successfully pass the classes and the required components of licensure including Praxis or Place testing. In return, they will be offered a position with Clark County School District for the 2015-2016 school year. Details of the program and it's components will be discussed at this webinar including the registration deadlines and details of the hiring process.
REGISTRATION INFORMATION WILL BE POSTED AFTER DECEMBER 5th. FOR THOSE NOT ABLE TO ATTEND, THE WEBINAR WILL BE RECORDED.


January 15 at 1400 EST - FREE
Student Generated Cutting Edge Technology for Learning (Register HERE)
The Center for Advanced Technologies (CAT) is a magnet program within Lakewood High School in St. Petersburg, Florida. CAT students collaborated on a wide variety of innovative solutions that continue to improve the school’s operational efficiency and enhance student and teacher productivity. The Network Systems Administrator Program, led by Louis Zulli Jr., and the solutions that the students created, were awarded first place honors at the 2011 Microsoft Partners in Learning Global Forum for Cutting-Edge Use of Technology for Learning. This past November they were also awarded a platinum award, the highest honor, at the 2014 International Intranet Innovation Awards. Hear how the conditions—collaboration in a real team, a compelling purpose, the right people, clear norms of conduct, support and appropriate coaching—were created to enable high school students to deliver enterprise quality solutions that made a real difference to the campus community.



Webinars are not presented nor indorsed by TTT

Archived Webinars

LEADERS TO LEARN FROM 2014
On April 1, 2014, Education Week hosted Leaders To Learn From 2014, a Washington, D.C., event that brought together exceptional school leaders, Assistant Secretary Deborah Delisle from the U.S. Department of Education, and Colorado Senator Michael Bennet for powerful discussions about the state of K-12 education.


List from Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD)

List from EdTechTeacher archived selections

List from Scientific Revolution pre-recorded

List from Education Week on-demand

List from Discovery Education archived

List from International Society for Technology in Education (Some are free) archived
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