Free webinars 💻
Today, there are a lot of various conferences, master classes, field seminars, and other formats that are popular in education. However, the most popular form of them are webinars, which are online distance learning, in which from one to a thousand or more people can take part.
Benefits and ease of learning
Webinars have a lot of advantages, the main of which are the following:
- Simplicity and convenience. Here the comfort of the process itself plays a huge role. There is no need to go anywhere. It is enough to turn on the online connection and, without leaving your home, gain knowledge.
- Subject concentration. You no longer need to be distracted by making various notes, highlighting the main thing. All these things for you will be done by specialists who work in technical support. As soon as the webinar ends, all the necessary materials will be sent to you by e-mail. This is a great solution for those students who do not have enough free time.
- Obtaining information from highly qualified experts. Training agencies do not always bring experts from other countries or cities to give masterclasses. Due to new technologies, the best trainers can provide training in online conferences.
- Fast feedback. As a rule, it is not always possible to ask questions at regular training. As for webinars, here you can access both verbal and written requests.
- Huge selection of free webinars. And finally, in addition to the paid forms of education presented, there are free online conferences, lectures, and courses that are not inferior to paid ones.
In order to find a suitable free webinar, you can read the list on our website. Here you will find exactly what will be not only interesting for you, but also useful, and, most importantly, for free!
Learn how to sharpen your focus so you can get more done! This short, focused class is ideal for students and professions.
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Webinar “Avoiding the Transition Cliff: Career Exploration and Life Readiness for Exceptional Students”
This edWebinar will share what works and how to help students prepare for their futures.
This edWebinar will review the rising trend of teacher and student burnout and some of its causes. Attendees will gain helpful resources to sustain their mental health while supporting their students.
October 9, 2022 (Sunday)
October 10, 2022 (Monday)
Join Vicki Saylor, Senior Manager of Education and Community Partnerships at Common Sense Media, for a very special conversation with international award-winning author and bilingual educator Roni Capin Rivera-Ashford, the co-creator of Miguel and the Amazing Alebrijes, the companion book to the Academy Award-winning movie Coco. Also joining the conversation is Laura Ordoñez, Head of Podcast Ratings and Reviews for Common Sense Media.
In this edLeader Panel, three leading superintendents share the strategies their districts implement to assure that their professional learning programs are aligned to improving digital literacy and the technical capacity of their educators, administrators, students, and even parents and families.
New teachers, career changers, paraprofessionals, and substitute teachers are teaching in record numbers. As leaders, we want to ensure that our novice teachers are effective, feel supported, and are excited to continue teaching at our schools. HOW?
October 11, 2022 (Tuesday)
Learn to secure information about the security weaknesses in your environment and help your team learn to remediate or mitigate the issues before they can be exploited. Gain a better understanding of your IT infrastructure, security flaws, and overall risk to reduce the likelihood of a cybercriminal securing unauthorized access to your organization’s data.
During this edWebinar, educators will receive a quick summary of the current movement in education towards structured literacy. They will then be introduced to practical approaches for shifting mindset and instruction, in areas such as reading groups/centers, planning methods, daily routines, and educational materials—all without needing to overspend or overwhelm.
In this edWebinar, attendees will explore the importance of at-home materials for bilingual families and strategies for using literacy-based discussion prompts to strengthen participation. Literacy experts will review why it is important to collaborate with families, both in person and digitally, and strategies observed from the field for doing so. Dr. Samina Hadi-Tabassum, Clinical Associate Professor at Erikson Institute in Chicago, will discuss her home ecology research.
October 12, 2022 (Wednesday)
Webinar “Why MTSS Isn’t Just for Elementary Schools: Making the Framework Work at the Secondary Level”
In a recent survey* more than 400 middle and high school educators shared their experiences using (or attempting to use) Multi-Tiered Systems of Supports (MTSS) within their schools. Their feedback highlighted the universal challenges and barriers that often prevent the successful implementation of MTSS at the secondary level.
The ultimate goal of democracy is for people to resolve differences and make decisions peacefully. Teaching students to frame discussions in healthy ways has never been more important. This edWebinar will help you take on this challenge by looking at research-based strategies for classroom dialogues, discussions, and debates.
Attendees will learn about the current research on tutoring as schools scale learning recovery programs nationwide, how to build research and evaluation into a district’s tutoring program, and how to effectively deploy online tutoring programs and leverage new technology to make a bigger impact.
October 13, 2022 (Thursday)
Enable your team to establish and maintain a High Velocity IT (HVIT) culture through our 40-mins FREE webinar and boost the overall team`s productivity.
Are you tired of fighting with your lack of tech skills? Wish you could focus on what you love instead of worrying about marketing your business? Wish you had the skills necessary to market online? Join us and learn how to use some of the many digital marketing tools and strategies to successfully market yourself and your business.
In this year’s annual Speak Up Congressional Briefing, we will share the latest national research findings on the state of education and digital learning from the perspectives of K-12 students, parents, teachers, and administrators.
Research points to clear interventions for kids with dyslexia, but the evaluation process can be hazy. What’s evident is that for various reasons including lower expectations, Black children have fewer intensive resources to address dyslexia. An accurate diagnosis of dyslexia can be a game changer for all students, especially those more likely to be left behind if they fall short. This edWebinar will address the dyslexia evaluation process and the key principles that impact marginalized students that are under and misdiagnosed.
Every day, every student will bring their developing brain and their developing identity to the school. As teachers and school leaders, we can implement research from the Science of Learning and diversity, equity, and belonging to benefit all students. This edWebinar will explore how principles from these two fields intersect to support teaching, learning, and the student experience. The presenters will share and use a tool for reflection on teaching practice and creating a culture of belonging in our school communities.
Webinar “Lighting the Spark for World Language Students: Creating Immersive Experiences in Digital Environments”
There are endless ways to bring culture into the world language classroom. The most impactful methods connect culture to your communicative goals in ways that are meaningful to students. While technology can be used to showcase culture, creating digital environments goes a step beyond — and can be the spark that ignites students’ deep exploration of culture and love of languages.
October 19, 2022 (Wednesday)
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