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.
Interactive content helps students stay on task and fosters learning and engagement. Empower learning and collaboration and deliver stimulating whole-class teaching across curriculum with interactive digital solutions. Plus, see how you can fund these technologies with stimulus dollars.
Learn how to stay ahead of malware, viruses and emerging threats while battling reduced budgets and resources. Attend this session to hear about future trends that that will impact network security and child safety, how you can prepare for the future and what you can do now to better guard your districts from Internet-based threats.
M86 Security (formerly 8e6 Technologies)
Discover what students, teachers, parents and administrators are saying about their use of Web 2.0 tools outside of school, the likelihood of these tools used professionally and the attitudes about using such tools in the classroom. This webinar provides a fresh perspective on Web 2.0 behavior and the linkage between personal use of these tools and the rate of inclusion of those tools in instruction.
Attend this free, hour-long webinar to hear leaders in Florida and Texas reveal their methodologies for determining how to effectively use the stimulus monies given to their state. Plus, hear what’s happening around the nation when SETDA Executive Director Mary Ann Wolf and T.H.E. Journal Editorial Director Geoff Fletcher outline the latest news out of Washington and add relevant examples of stimulus projects from other states across the nation.
Get a blueprint for achieving balance between safety and learning in this free, one hour webcast sponsored by Lightspeed Systems. Tune in to hear experts from Klein ISD and San Diego USD reveal how they reached consensus between technologists and administrators with a flexible, integrated solution that enables them to: monitor user activity; enforce Acceptable Use Policies, reduce security threats; and consolidate and reduce costs while managing different components.
Join us on September 16 to hear about authentic views from the first-ever national study of students, teachers and parents on the emerging use of digital content in classrooms. You will also learn what students and parents would deem the “ultimate online textbook” if they created it.