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Available to any teacher who would like to learn more about the program listed. Webinars are scheduled for the first and third Mondays (4:00pm Central Time); second and fourth Tuesdays (4:30pm Central Time) and second Saturday (9:00am Central Time) of each month - from Mid October through March. Each webinar will last approximately 1 hour and will be recorded.
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Date
Time
Topic
Description
Oct. 9 (Sat)
9:00 CST
Adobe Connect Pro
Learn how to navigate through the on-line webinars. (Vickie Venhuizen)
Archived Session: http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p50721336/
Oct. 12 (Tues)
4:30 CST
Adobe Connect Pro
Learn how to navigate through the on-line webinars. (Vickie Venhuizen)
Archived Session: (Same as Saturday)
Oct. 18 (Mon)
4:00 CST
Twitter
Learn how to create and manage a twitter account, find people to follow to build a professional learning community, and use tweet deck (Dana Berg)
Archived Session: http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p39113173/
Oct. 26 (Tues)
4:30 CST
PBL book resources
This session is a show-and-tell of the various resources recommended by Boss & Krauss. If you haven't had time to dig into these resources, watch and discover which ones might be right for you. Save time by not visiting websites that won't provide what you need. (Janeen Outka)
Archived Session: http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p23988386/
Nov. 1 (Mon)
4:00 CST
Survey Tools
Learn how to create and share surveys using survey tools such as WuFoo and Poll Daddy
(Dana Berg)
Archived Session: http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p25956601/
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Nov. 9 (Tues)
4:30 CST
portaportal.com
Create a classroom and personal portaportal site. No more typing in URL addresses, wasting time, having your websites unorganized or hoping kids type them correctly. (Michelle Andrews)
Archived Session: http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p11328136/
Nov. 13 (Sat)
9:00 CST
Achievement Series
Participants will learn how to create classroom and district tests related to specific SD content standards. (Vickie Venhuizen)
Archived Session: http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p24161919/
Nov. 15 (Mon)
4:00 CST
edmodo.com
A free site where students can chat with their teacher online, post messages to teacher or group members (other students), turn in homework online, post writing or discuss online. (Michelle Andrews)
Archived Session: http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p63791935/
Nov. 23 (Tues)
4:30 CST
Creating Movies
I will introduce you to Animoto, Photo Story 3 and Movie Maker, Three Programs in which you and your students can make movies for projects or for intro's to lessons. (Mary Peters)
Archived Session: http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p60481660/
Dec. 6 (Mon)
4:00 CST
Shutterfly Websites
Learn to use Shutterfly as a tool in your classroom to go green! Create a classroom website that allows for you to house documents, calendars, and more! Parents can also order their child's classroom photos for their scrapbook as well. (Dana Berg)
Archived Session: http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p71556551/
Dec. 11 (Sat)
9:00 CST
Thinkfinity
Thinkfinity is a web portal that searches 9 partner sites. These sites provide many opportunties to incorporate 21st Century Skills into curriculum. (Epals has been moved to Jan. 8.) (Sheryl Larson) Archived Session: http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p92804437/
Dec. 14 (Tues)
4:30 CST
21st Century Assessment
Participants will review electronic assessment and project management resources and strategies. (Janeen Outka) Archived Session: http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p87875589/
Jan. 8 (Sat)
9:00 CST
Into the Book and Epals
Into the Book is an interactive reading website for intermediate students. It can be used for large group modeling or individually. Detailed teacher instructions and resources are also provided. This is one of the best sites I've seen for teaching reading strategies. E-pals is a site where teachers can link with other classrooms to engage in collaborative projects. Both sides will seamlessly bring Twenty-first skills into your curriculum. (Sheryl Larson)
Archived Session: http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p95176330/
Jan. 11 (Tues)
4:30 CST
Web 2.0 Potpourri
Discover 10+ cool tools and share ideas for incorporating these free tools into your classroom. (Janeen Outka) Archived Session: http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p28844211/
Jan. 17 (Mon)
4:00 CST
Screencasting
Participants will learn how to use Jing to create short tutorial videos for parents or students and post them to the web. (Vickie Venhuizen)
Archived Session: http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p43493767/
Jan. 25 (Tues)
4:30 CST
21st Century Book Reports
Participants will explore sites with online reviews, book discussions, author talks and more. (Michelle.Andrews@k12.sd.us)Archived Session: http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p94296646/
Feb. 2 (Wed)
4:00 CST
Teaching Content with Games
Learn about Health EDventure's 200+ printable and online games, which cover 10 health topics, into your K-12 classroom. (Vickie Venhuizen)
Archived Session: Wellness Wednesday Webinar: Teaching Content with Games
https://www.healthedventure.org/Tutorials.aspx
Feb. 7 (Mon)
4:00 CST
Enhance, Engage, and Educate with E-Resources
Where can teachers find reliable, up-to-date online content; citation tools; maps; safe Web sites; research help and interactive activities? South Dakota State Library electronic resources offer all that and more. Find out whats available for K-12 and see the resources
impact on daily lessons. (Jane Healy)
Archived Session: http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p28989811/
Feb. 8 (Tues)
4:30 CST
Lit Circles
Ignite the students' love of books with discussions via wikispaces or edmodo. (Michelle Andrews)
Archived Session: http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p37052943/
Feb. 12 (Sat)
9:00 CST
eToolkit
The eToolkit's Reflection Tool presents questions that are designed to help you reflect on your skills in technology integration and to identify areas for growth. This online self-assessment for teachers, principals, and tech coordinators offers immediate feedback and provides you with multiple online resources based on how you responded to the assessment. The online library allows you to save all your resources in one spot for later review. (Janeen Outka)
Archived Session: http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p43654069/
March 1 (Tues)
4:30 CST
Standards-Based Grading
Investigate Marzano's standards based grading system. (Michelle Andrews)
http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p24881080/
March. 7 (Mon)
4:00 CST
Google for teachers
Google is more than a search engine-discover strategies for using all Google has to offer to teachers, and best of all, it's free for you and your students. (Janeen Outka)
http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p52415652/
March 8 (Tues)
4:30 CST
Collaboration Tools
We'll explore some of the many FREE tools that will expand the walls of the classroom.
(Vickie Venhuizen) http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p86091345/
March 12 (Sat)
9:00 CST
Comics
Explore different sites that enable students to use comics to support learning. (Vickie Venhuizen) http://edec.na5.acrobat.com/p66716105/

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