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Overview

This course contains all of the SimpleK12 award winning webinars on this subject area. Inside these webinars, you'll find substantial content and real-life examples to inspire your students and enhance your classroom. Many of the world's top teachers, administrators and education experts choose the Teacher Learning Community to build their 21st century skills and learn best practices... it's great to have you with us!

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''They always go straight to the point with practical ideas that one can implement.'' - Rebecca Kranz, Principal

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''These webinars are much more informative and practical for my schedule. Tons of assistance for today's educator. Nice to have these resources in my ''workshop'' of educational tools.'' Scott Fairfield, Teacher

''I love the on-demand webinars, especially the web tool ones, because I get so excited about the tools that I love to go back and watch them again. Nothing is better than sitting with my laptop, a big mug of hot greentea while wearing my comfy clothes and my bunny slippers and viewing a webinar.'' Bobbi Capwell, Technology Integration Specialist

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Contents

  • Social Media
Navigating Social Media Policies: One School's Journey
Navigating social media policies and guidelines can be challenging for many educators.more...
Break Down Classroom Walls with Social Media and Online Tools
Looking to connect your students with students in another state or country?more...
Create a Safe, Secure Social Learning Network for Your Classroom
Have you been looking for a safe social learning network that you can use in your classroom?more...
Starting a Class, School, or District Twitter Account
If you have a personal Twitter account, then you are probably aware of how useful they can be for personal and professional development.more...
Jump Start Your Digital Footprint
Have you ever Googled yourself?more...
Twitter for Beginners: The Basics of Setting Up Your PLN
Have you joined Twitter yet?more...
Organize and Share Your Favorite Sites with Diigo
Do you need a way to organize your favorite web sites?more...
3 Keys to Having a Successful Blog
Wondering what it takes to have a successful blog?more...
Bookmark, Collaborate, and Share Classroom Web Resources Easily with Diigo
Do you already use Diigo to bookmark and organize your favorite sites?more...
Social Networking with Students and Parents: It's Safer Than You Think
Many of us are all too aware to the prevalence of social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace and the attraction they hold for many of our students.more...
Reaching Out to Make Global Connections
In this world of global connectedness in which we now live, learning opportunities can come from almost anywhere - and finding and making these connections has never been easier.more...
Net Smart: How to Thrive Online
How can we use digital media so that we become empowered participants rather than passive consumers; grounded, well-rounded people rather than multitasking neurotics?more...
10 Tips & Ideas for Using Google Tools with Learners
Perhaps you've heard the buzz about Google tools, but weren't sure if they were suitable for your classroom.more...
Twitter Chats 101: How and Why You Should Participate
Have you ever seen or heard of people taking part in chats on Twitter?more...
Connect, Access, and Communicate with Google Groups!
Do you have a place where your students or colleagues can connect, share, and collaborate without the website look and feel?more...
Make Teaching Easier and Learning Fun with Edmodo
Social networking sites hold great allure for many students and make it easy to communicate with lots of people at once, but many of them have too many privacy and safety concerns for classroom use.more...
Top Tools for Taming the Onslaught of Social Media Info
Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed by the enormous amount of information and resources that flow through your social media accounts?more...
Top Tools for Adding Your Voice to the Social Media Conversation
Are you ready to dive into the educators' social media world and begin sharing with others, but are unsure of the best way to do that?more...
Engaging and Informing Parents with Social Media
Would you like to engage parents so that they are more involved in your school and with their children's education?more...
Expand Your PLN and Your Professional Development with Twitter
Have you thought about using Twitter for expanding professional development, but just didn't know where to get started?more...
Foster Digital Citizenship and Engage Your Students with Social Media
Students often get motivated by social media more than anything else, so why not engage them and spark their enthusiasm with some of the same social media tools they enjoy every day?more...
Your Personal Learning Network: What It Is and Why You Need One
Do you think you could benefit and learn from other educators?more...
Harness the Power of Twitter without Being Overwhelmed!
Twitter has been described as a raging river of information.more...
The Networked Administrator: Leading and Learning with Social Media
Sometimes who you know is as important as what you know.more...
Web Tools for Educators: The Top 10 Tools of #Satchat
The Web has so many great tools and resources available that most administrators and teachers just don't have the time to research them all on their own.more...
Harness the Power of Apps and Social Media to Present Your Resume!
Are you looking for a job, or perhaps thinking of looking for a new job?more...
Use Google+ to Connect with Potential Employers and Promote Your Talents!
Did you know that many potential employers conduct their job searches and research potential applicants online?more...
Using LinkedIn to Promote Yourself and Help Find a Job
If employers are searching for potential employees online, will they find you?more...
Using Twitter Hashtags to Learn
Did you know you can reap all the benefits of learning on Twitter without actually being a member of Twitter?more...
The YouTube You Don't Know - Eight Frequently Overlooked Features for Teachers
YouTube offers teachers and students more than just a great place to watch funny or educational videos.more...
Recording and Editing Your Google Hangout on Air Session
Would you like to record your Hangout on Air Session in order to make it available later to colleagues, students, or parents?more...
Helping Your Students Learn to be Digitally Responsible
It only takes a few seconds to post a picture, tweet, video, or comment online, but how often do our students stop to consider the consequences of their actions?more...
Preparing Your Students for Digital Literacy in the Workforce
Many employers today are looking for new employees who are digitally literate; however, just because many of our teens and young adults have been immersed in computers, the Internet, video games and other digital technologies, it does not mean they are digitally literate.more...
Project Ideas and Tools that Empower Student Voice and Choice
Research shows that dropout rates, student achievement, and workforce readiness will improve by integrating student voices in the classroom and in society.more...
Tools and Strategies to Help Students Safely Navigate Our Digital Culture
Our students are using digital tools to create, innovate and communicate; however, outside of the classroom, many students are making poor choices.more...
Doing the Right Thing: Take Control of Your Online Persona
What constitutes basic good digital citizenship behaviors is becoming increasingly complex, and it is not only students who need to practice good digital citizenship.more...
Doing the Right Thing: Online Public Shaming and Education
Do you think of yourself as a good digital citizen?more...
Twitter 101: Using Twitter Chats and Hashtags to Learn and Collaborate
Would you like to reap the benefits of learning on Twitter?more...

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