3DBear webinars


App Smashing with Flipgrid and 3DBear

Wednesday, January 17th 2021, 6:00PM EST / 5:00PM PST

Led by Denise Wright, Ann Kozma and Michael Drezek

The days are short, but they are definitely getting longer. This school year has been challenging, but we are halfway done. The Covid figures are disheartening, but we can see a light at the end of the tunnel.

What does that all add up to?

Let’s have some fun with our students.

Featuring Flipgrid and 3DBear, here are three educators who have some tricks up their sleeves that will light a fire under your students. They’ll be showcasing lessons you can use to inspire your students’ best work and showcase their talents. Michael Drezek and Denise Wright have more than half a century of teaching experience between them, and Ann Kozma is the Educator Innovation Lead at Flipgrid. Together they will be walking us through engaging lessons in ELA, SEL, Math, Science, STEM, STEAM, art, and social studies that you can use immediately.

This could be the ultimate Zoom experience, one you may be talking about for the next twenty years.

You can register for this webinar below.

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Denise Wright is an online and face to face STEM Educator in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. She was a nominee for National Online Teacher of the Year. She was one of the first teacher's in her state to pilot a 1926 historic, Alvan Clark Refracting Telescope with the South Carolina State Museum in a distance learning environment. The historic telescope is used in a classroom distance learning environment to view the sun and the night sky. Denise, volunteers for NASA as a Solar System Ambassador, is a founder of her community amateur astronomy group, Grand Strand Astronomers, and AstroSTEM Club, for middle school students. She attended the launches of NASA's Parker Solar Probe and Space XCRS 17 from Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. She writes a column for the National Science Teaching Association, journal, Science Scope, called "The Online Teacher". The column focuses on best practices for teaching science in an online or hybrid environment.

Ann Kozma loves to explore, share, and contribute and has spent 19+ years dedicated to transforming education as a classroom teacher, Innovation & Instructional Support TOSA, and as an Educator Innovation Lead on Team Flipgrid at Microsoft. Believing that “Play is our brain’s favorite way to learn,” Ann loves to bring the fun and is passionate about helping others learn how to meaningfully integrate technology into teaching and learning. She is a member of the Apple Distinguished Educator Class of 2015 and Leading Edge Certified as a Professional Learning Leader. Connect with her on Twitter at @annkozma723.

Michael Drezek is the District Technology Integrator/Teacher-Leader for the Lake Shore Central School District, He spend 10 years as a Mathematics teacher, and has been at the Lake Shore District for 16 years. Michael is a Google Certified Innovator (NYC19 Cohort), Level 1 & 2 Google Certified Educator, Microsoft Innovative Certified Educator and Trainer, 2016 Apple Teacher with Swift Playgrounds. I was selected as a 2018 Minecraft Education Global Mentor and am an active educator/learning ambassador for Bloxels Edu, BrainPOP, Buncee, CoSpaces, CueThink, Flipgrid, Minecraft Education, Seesaw, Wakelet, and 3DBear.





Introducing Entrepreneurship to Students

Friday, February 19th 2021, 10:00AM EST (US) / 8:30PM IST (India)

Led by Anupam Sharma and Dr. Vijay Chandrasekaran from India, Manickavel Muthusamy from Canada

Do you think Entrepreneurship should be taught to the children at an early age? Giving exposure to young children about entrepreneurship can shift mentalities and impart personality traits that are essential to entrepreneurship. We tend to get stuck in our ways, so if our aim is not just to share know-how, but to change mindsets too, then it makes sense to start early.

Meet this group of edupreneurs, who are working to introduce ideas to help students educators and parents to learn and teach this skill.

We will discuss:

  • How can teaching entrepreneurship affect the academic and life trajectories of children?

  • How do you integrate entrepreneurship into already jammed schedules and curriculum?

  • How do you get started?

  • What are some of the obstacles and how do you work around them?

You can register for this webinar below.


Manickavel Muthusamy is an Entrepreneur with in-depth understanding of Sales & Marketing of IT Services, Outsourcing and Global Delivery, worked with leading MNCs in multiple geographies including India, Canada and USA in his career spanning over 22 years. Currently owning a software firm in Canada helping Small & Medium Size business with a wide range of accounting technology solutions & services.

Dr. Vijay Chandrasekaran is an Academician & Corporate Executive - Contributions include teaching, counselling and spearheading Leadership development programs. Backed with 20 years of varied experience have played key roles in the corporate industry on Merger & Acquisition, Training & Development and handled Corporate HR functions in its entirety. Currently working with IFEA - Heading Business Planning and Development specifically focusing on Education, E-Learning and knowledge solutions.

Anupam Sharma is Coordinator (CAIE) at Indirapuram Public School, Indirapuram, India. She at 15 years teaching experience and has been an expert speaker and writer on Active Learning strategies, Social Emotional Learning, and Professional Development. She was recently selected as a panelist in the prestigious FicciArise webinar series on parental involvement and student well-being during the Covid-19 Pandemic. You can follow her on Twitter @Anupam_Sharmaa.






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