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Learning Technology & Tech Observations by Dr. Helen Teague

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Custom Curriculum Creation and Copyright

Great Webinar Opportunity!

edWeb

Presented by Chloe Duchesne, Education Services Coordinator, Copyright Clearance Center;
and Chris Posa, Marketing Director K-12, XanEdu Publishing, Inc.
July 22, 2020 — 3:00pm Eastern Time
Easy access to information along with the increased use of OERs (Open Educational Resources) have been instrumental to the exponential growth of curriculum leaders creating their own classroom materials. But creating, curating, and delivering the various types of content presents a number of challenges including one often overlooked yet important aspect: copyright law.
Most curriculum leaders aren’t familiar with the copyright protections of the materials they compile or the circumstances in which their use is allowed. That can lead to inadvertent violations, which not only jeopardize the curricula built upon them, but in some cases can also have legal ramifications. The good news is this risk can be easily averted with a cursory understanding of U.S. copyright law and the implications of using and sharing copyrighted information in the classroom.
In this edWebinar, attendees will learn how to avoid potential infringement as they develop curriculum materials and:
  • Be introduced to the purpose and basics of copyright
  • Gain an understanding of “Exclusive Rights”
  • Get clarification on how “Public Domain” applies to certain materials/works
Attendees will also receive a new whitepaper that spotlights the work districts are doing to pursue custom content creation and curation. It explores why those districts are venturing into what has historically been uncharted territory and how they are addressing the challenges they find there.
This edWebinar will be of interest to K-12 teachers, librarians, school and district leaders, superintendents, assistant superintendents, curriculum directors and coordinators (cross-subject and subject-aligned). There will be time for questions at the end of the presentation. Learn more.
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Upcoming Webinars on edWeb – June 26 – July 10

Upcoming Webinars on edWeb – Enroll today to learn more next week!

Why Readers Fail and How to Break the Cycle
Wednesday, June 26 @ 2 pm ET
Presented by Terrie Noland, Vice President, Educator Initiatives, Learning Ally

 

Using Reinforcement in the Autism Classroom
Thursday, June 27 @ 1 pm ET
Presented by Nina Finkler, M.Ed., LDT/C, BCBA, President of Nina Finkler Autism Services

 

Safe at What Cost? The Unintended Consequences of Current School Safety Practices
Thursday, June 27 @ 4 pm ET
Presented by Dr. Amy Klinger, Director of Programs, The Educator’s School Safety Network; and Amanda Klinger, Director of Operations, The Educator’s School Safety Network

 

Our Young ELLs: Basics of Language Acquisition and Strategies for Instruction
Thursday, June 27 @ 5 pm ET
Presented by Dena AuCoin, Academic Chair, Early Childhood Administration Department, Purdue University Global

 

Smart Network Design for Transformation and Innovation: Reaching in and Beyond the Classroom
Monday, July 8 @ 5 pm ET
Presented by Frankie Jackson, Independent K-12 Chief Technology Officer, Houston, TX; Glenn Robbins, Superintendent, Tabernacle Township School District, NJ; and Matthew J. Miller, Superintendent, Lakota Local Schools, OH

 

Supporting Young Children’s Emerging Math Skills with Developmentally Appropriate Music Activities
Wednesday, July 10 @ 3 pm ET
Presented by Ellen Acuna, In-School Services Representative and Teaching Specialist

 

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Upcoming Webinar with EdWeb – Building a Schoolwide Culture of Reading – April 24

Upcoming Webinar with EdWeb – Building a Schoolwide Culture of Reading –  April 24

 

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Upcoming Webinar with EdWeb – Music and Movement on April 23

Upcoming edWeb Webinar – Music and Movement on April 23

 

 

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Our Webinar-How Early Literacy Impacts Reading to Learn – Archive Link

Thank you to everyone who attended our webinar How Early Literacy Impacts Reading to Learn!!          Dr. Joyce and Dr. Helen are grateful to PBS TeacherLine and EdWeb for producing this webinar.

EdWeb archived the webinar recording and our presentation slides! Click this link for this information: https://www.edweb.net/.5b8f619f/ 

 


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Upcoming Webinar with EdWeb – Leading Conversations About Media

Upcoming Webinar with EdWeb – Leading Conversations About Media on April 9 –

Note: I missed the initial posting for this webinar… but edWeb has archived recordings available. 

 

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Upcoming Webinar with EdWeb – Our Webinar – How Early Literacy Impacts Reading to Learn

Upcoming Webinar with EdWeb – How Early Literacy Impacts Reading to Learn

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EdWeb Webinar “How Early Literacy Impacts Reading to Learn” Live Tweet at #PBSLit4Life

Just two more days until our Webinar “How Early Literacy Impacts Reading to Learn”

Wednesday at 4:00pm Eastern

We will also be doing a first ever live tweeting during the Webinar!  Here is the hashtag #PBSLit4Life

Are there any tweeters in the group?  Please help us seed the tweets!!!

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Webinar Research Roundtable: Technology and Student Distraction

Technology and Student Distraction

If you’ve been anywhere near a college campus, you’ve probably noticed the extent to which students are glued to their mobile devices. What do they do with them when they walk into the classroom? In one survey at six different universities, college students reported using their phones an average of 11 times per day in class.

 

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Reference

Technology and Student Distraction. The Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning. Harvard University. Retrieved from https://bokcenter.harvard.edu/technology-and-student-distraction

Related Reading

Craig, R. J., & Amernic, J. H. (2006). PowerPoint presentation technology and the dynamics of teaching. Innovative Higher Education31(3), 147-160. Retrieved from https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10755-006-9017-5

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