Webcasts

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.

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Enabling the Instructional Non-IT Crowd

It’s nearly unanimous that bridging IT and instructional goals within schools leads to a better educational experience for students. But the debate over how to empower non-technical roles to assist with day-to-day management of student iPads rages on.


Project-Based Learning for 3D Printing

Learn from an instructor who taught the curriculum. The Stratasys 3D Printing Curriculum combines in-depth lectures, class discussions and hands-on projects. Assistant Professor Steve Chomyszak used it to teach a “Special Topics” 3D printing course at the Wentworth Institute of Technology, and he shares his successes and lessons learned in this 25-minute webinar.


Got LMS? Key Strategies for Choosing and Implementing a New LMS

Thousands of districts and schools have already gone through this process and have learned critical success factors to ensure choosing the right LMS. Join two educational technologists as they talk about their experience of going through an LMS evaluation and what they learned.


Student Access: Keeping It Safe To Click

Today’s schools have an unprecedented opportunity to provide K-12 students with access to new and enriched personalized learning experiences through collaboration tools, web-based materials and nearly unlimited information. Engaging in these expansive new educational opportunities comes with a level of responsibility to truly keep students safe when they’re online. For teachers and parents, it’s a delicate balance of providing access to online tools and information with the need to keep them safe from inappropriate web-based content and online behavior. Although web filtering helps shield students from harmful online content, you can’t protect kids purely through application of technology. An effective approach also requires helping students understand and learn appropriate behaviors when they’re on the Internet; about learning how to be a good digital citizen.