Learn from some of the 40,000 customers who use Swivl to foster a #cultureofsupport in schools and educational organizations around the world.
Exploring Language Acquisition Skills and Instruction through Video Observation. If you teach, research, or otherwise serve students in the following areas, this webinar is for you: foreign languages, ELL, ASL, indigenous language immersion and preservation, or speech pathology. We’re still recruiting for panelists and would love to hear your voice. Email email@example.com with your interest!
Customizing Video Observation Frameworks into Swivl Cloud – do you follow the advice and mentorship of coaching gurus like Jim Knight, Charlotte Danielson, Diane Sweeney, Robert Marzano, etc? Ever wonder how to turn these frameworks into actionable video coaching templates on Swivl cloud? We’ll show you how and we’re recruiting current Swivl team users who already use these frameworks for their video coaching process to share their experiences and some best practices in cultivating and organizing best practice libraries of videos for their educators. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in presenting during this webinar!
October 30, 2018
Swivl’s Role in Research. We were joined by researchers from: University of Alaska-Fairbanks, University of Illinois-Chicago, Michigan State University, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities to discuss how video is an effective data collection tool in their work and how Swivl helps them meet their project goals.
August 8, 2018
Summer Webinar Series 2018 – Session Four. Our last webinar of Summer 2018 focused on everything you may have missed over the past few months. We launched new product updates such as: Bookmarking, Screen Recording, and Speech Analysis. We also introduced a brand new Support site and more options for you to get the tech support you need to be successful with Swivl!
July 24, 2018
Summer Webinar Series 2018 – Session Three. Keiko Herrick from the Alaska Statewide Mentor Project and Cammie Passey from GreatHearts Academies shared their ideas about categorizing, organizing, and building best practice libraries of videos for their Swivl team users.
July 10, 2018
Summer Webinar Series 2018 – Session Two. Our special guest panelists from: Alaska Statewide Mentor Project, Genesee Valley Educational Partnership and GreatHearts Academies explained how they manage their Swivl hardware logistics and distribution of Swivl software licenses with their Swivl Team Accounts.
June 21, 2018
Summer Webinar Series 2018 – Session One. We explored the topic of ‘Getting Buy-In’ for using Swivl in your organization with special guest panelists from: Alaska Statewide Mentor Project, Genesee Valley Educational Partnership and GreatHearts Academies.
March 29, 2018
We chatted with some amazing educators and PD facilitators from Great Hearts Academies to learn how they are creating innovative PD opportunities using Swivl. Learn about: short-term observation cycles and why they are effective; retaining and supporting your best teachers with video coaching; and how to engage students with special accommodations using Swivl Live.
February 13, 2018
Learn about all the features Swivl released in 2017 during this month’s PD session with Rachel and Tess!
November 14, 2017
Principal Joe Childs: How to Hack Your School for Success
November 2, 2017
Learn how to improve your teacher education program – a conversation with Helen Chilton and Wendy McCracken
October 19, 2017
Learn about Swivl’s newest feature. Now you can live-stream from your Swivl with Zoom!
September 28, 2017
Record yourself and students at the same time with Dual-Camera. Now FREE for all Swivl subscribers.
June 8, 2017
Advancing Teacher Preparation with video. Two leaders describe the innovative programs they’ve developed and the profound impact adding video as an observation, coaching, and evaluation tool has made on their students.
May 24, 2017
Jeremy Shaw is an Instructional Technology Coach in Snow Hill, NC, who is presenting on using technology and small group lesson formats to build 21st Century skills in students.