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CERTIFICATE of ATTENDANCE

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Full Member
2 years ago
I am a member at both EdWebNet and SimpleK12, but I find myself using SimpleK12 more, partly because an entire webinar takes only about 1/2 hour, and the presenters are always high quality, typically with classroom experience. (Many more EdWeb resources seem tied to a commercial product.) For peers who don't want a paid membership, I send then notices of the free sessions. I persuaded our district to accept a teacher's notes taken during the session as evidence of participation when they don't receive a certificate.
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2 years ago
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I am a member at both EdWebNet and SimpleK12, but I find myself using SimpleK12 more, partly because an entire webinar takes only about 1/2 hour, and the presenters are always high quality, typically with classroom experience. (Many more EdWeb resources seem tied to a commercial product.) For peers who don't want a paid membership, I send then notices of the free sessions. I persuaded our district to accept a teacher's notes taken during the session as evidence of participation when they don't receive a certificate.

Your district seems progressive in accepting a teacher's notes on sessions.
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2 years ago
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But which is the better product...Edwebnet or SimpleK12?

I like more Simple K12.

I totally agree
Full Member
+7
2 years ago
I prefer Simple K12 and my school accept the time!
Basic Member
+2
2 years ago
But which is the better product...Edwebnet or SimpleK12?

Which will easily allow us access to a certificate that can be submitted to

our respective school administrators?
2 years ago
I attended 3 webinars and joined that day, I can't seem to find my certificates of attendance.
Full Member
+7
2 years ago
Hi, Lisa!

To access your Certificates of Completion, sign in to SimpleK12.com and click on 'View Profile'. From there, click on the 'Transcripts' button. Once you've completed a webinar and allowed 48 hours, there will be a ribbon icon to the left hand side. Click on the ribbon to print your Certificate of Completion.

If you have any additional questions, feel free to contact our support team directly. http://simplek12.com/support. We are happy to help! :)
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1 year ago
I briefly checked EdWeb.net and they do give out CE certificates for viewing ed-webinars. I do not know their policy, however.
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1 year ago
I use both SimpleK12 and Edweb.net
Full Member
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3 months ago
I am a veteran educator who frustrates easily when PD is not quality. The quality of the webinars I have watched since the weekend has blown me away. After the first STEM workshop Saturday I signed up immediately and have twitted out my reactions. I have some knowledge of EDNET but prefer this membership. Looking forward to the next few years.
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