Welcome to our library of free K-12 technology-in-the-classroom webcasts from our sponsors. If you have any questions or comments about our webcasts please contact Mallory Bundy via email.
Please join us for a one-hour discussion where we aim to provide clarity about recent funding changes, including practical tips to help connect you to sources of funding. Despite the “doom and gloom” you may have heard about, there ARE funds out there.
Time: 12:00PM PT
Cybersecurity is no game. Get your team warmed up to strike a triple play against malware, ransomware, and other threats from the cloud. Recent headlines have revealed a new league of cyber threats exploding on a global scale—and the risk to schools, colleges, and universities is only going to grow. Today’s hackers are big league. They seek to profit from the data they’re able to steal—student and faculty records, research data, even credit card information. Holding stolen information through ransomware is one way they’ve found to reap financial gains. It’s time to come out and swing for the fences to fight back.
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Providing equal access to technology tools, known as digital equity, is a challenge for many schools. This webcast examines a path towards equal technology opportunities and explains how to go beyond offering minimal iPad access during class time.
3D printing is leading a revolution in the world of technological design and creativity and is already playing an important role in many of today’s schools. Big Lake Schools and its 7th grade class are no exception. Their final project, titled Games, Hobbies, Sports and Inventions, incorporates the design and modeling process with the use of the Stratasys Mojo 3D Printer. With a broad range of project topics to choose from and the ability to physically get their parts, students are able to involve their own interests and have truly excelled in the course. 3D printing gives these students a new tool to figure out problems and express their creativity.
Join the Executive Director of Technology and the Learning Technologies Coach at Burleson Independent School District, along with Google for Education, for an instructional webinar to see how they are shifting their district culture to embrace technology integration. Learn how they use Google tools in the classroom to focus on student learning and curriculum support. Follow their journey as they move from the How and the What of technology integration to a culture of Why.
In this webinar you will hear from Alice Keeler, a high school and college teacher who is successfully using Google Apps for Education and Classroom with her students. Alice will give examples of several assignments she has run using Classroom. At the end there will be time for Q&A.