Upcoming Web Events

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September 15, 8:00PM ET/ 5:00PM Pacific Time
Keeping the Focus of EdTech on Pedagogy with Monte Tatum
After we unintentional the emphasis of our tech initiative from pedagogical application to the tools themselves, we re-evaluated our whole approach More...

September 28, 8:00PM ET/ 5:00PM Pacific Time
Growing a STEM Program from the Ground Up with Cindy Wallace
Talk with educators and district leaders about their experiences re-imagining their STEM program. More...

September 29, 7:00PM ET/ 4:00 Pacific Time
School Disipline, Classroom Management, and Student Self-Management with Howard Knoff
This interactive discussion will help you understand the components of effective, multi-tiered discipline and behavior management. More...

October 13, 8:00PM ET/ 5:00 Pacific Time
Engaging Assessment with Kathy Perret
Wait, isn't assessment something we dread; a necessary evil? You mean assessment can actually be motivating and fun? More...

October 6, 7:00PM ET/ 4:00 Pacific Time
Effective Multi-Tiered Approaches fo Students with Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Needs with Howard Knoff
This session will discuss classroom, school, and district-based assessment and intervention approaches. More...

October 20, 7:00 PM ET/ 4:00 Pacific Time
Behavioral Interventions for Challenging Students with Howard Knoff
Participants will discuss a range of social, emotional, or behavioral interventions to assist students who are behaviorally challenging. More...

October 26, 8:00PM ET/ 5:00 Pacific Time
Today's Classroom: Robotics, Programming, and Computer Science with Dave Blanchard
Students get excited when they use technology to solve interesting problems. Robotics, programming, and computer science have broad applications across all subjects More...

*** Stay tuned, we'll be adding Fall events ***

What is an Edchat Interactive event?

Like webinars, Edchat Interactive uses live video.

But with an Edchat Interactive, instead of a long presentation, the event is a live video discussion.

The leader will present a basic concept in the first 5-10 minutes of the event. Then participants will break into small video chat groups to discuss the practicalities of the concept.

After 5-10 minutes of small group discussion, representative of various groups will discuss their findings with the event leader(s) while the entire group watches and listens.

This, more interactive format incorporates social learning and reflection into the learning process, which facilitates deep learning, and greater engagement.

We hope you can find a topic on the left that interests you, and that you get a chance to participate.