Webinars for Education Leaders on Data Privacy and Cyber Security
edWeb.netand CoSN have partnered to host an edWebinar series to help superintendents with issues of tech leadership. In the most recent edWebinar, the presenters addressed five critical guidelines for ensuring data privacy in any school system’s use of technology so that superintendents and district leaders can learn how to make student data privacy a district-wide priority. Education leaders are encouraged to watch the recording of the most recent presentation on student data privacy and sign up for the next webinar on cyber security (November 12, 2018) to gain ideas and strategies for driving school and district improvement through technology initiatives.
The Smithsonian Libraries is calling for applications for the 2019 Neville-Pribram Mid-Career Educators Award. The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum Library in New York is the host location for 2019.
OnEducation, by OnPodcastMedia, is a podcast about “teachers, teaching, and everything in between.” The hosts are two educators—one a language teacher in the US, the other a computer science teacher in Canada—who talk with world-class educators, take questions, and tell listeners what’s new in educational technology.
Penn State’sgraduate education programs can be an ideal addition to your credentials if you want to move forward in your school or district, or satisfy professional development requirements. Among the areas to study are Curriculum and Instruction; Learning, Design, and Technology; Educational Leadership; and Special Education. Thanks to online learning through Penn State World Campus, you can pursue a master’s degree or certificate no matter where you are in the world. As a student in Penn State’s programs, you are backed by a world-class reputation and accreditation, student support team, and powerful network of students, mentors, and alumni. Applications are now being accepted for 2019 admission.