CTL Professional Learning Webinars On-Demand

The CTL Professional Development webinar series is designed to give Education Professionals timely and relevant information on EdTech tools and resources from CTL and our partners. These webinars feature presentations from experienced educators holding certifications such as Google Certified Educator, Google Certified Administrator, and Google Certified Trainer.

Netop Vision – An Introduction

Netop Vision is a powerful classroom manager that lets teachers easily: view student screens, blank screens and block input, share the teacher’s screen, and block websites. Get an introduction to Netop Vision in this quick introduction.


WeVideo – An Introduction
WeVideo is a powerful, yet easy-to-use,cloud-based collaborative video creation platform. In this one-hour webinar, educators will learn how to use this powerful tool to help students engage in interactive learning through video production. Great for teachers of any subject!  In this session you will come away with an activity you can do with your students to introduce them to video production and WeVideo and also learn how to set up your education account.  


WeVideo – Intermediate

In this one-hour webinar, we’ll cover some of the basics and get into some of the more advanced features of WeVideo, a powerful tool for students to create, edit and share videos.


WeVideo – Advanced

WeVideo is a powerful and easy-to-use cloud-based collaborative video editor that enables students to learn video production skills and express their creativity. This webinar is part 3 in a 3-part series, however, those new to WeVideo will be able to follow along. To view parts one and two, please find the previously recorded webinars on the bottom of this page.


PocketLab – An Introduction

Learn about PocketLab, a science lab that connects to the CTL NL61TX Chromebook and fits in a pocket. PocketLab allows students to explore the world and build science experiments using integrated sensors including: Accelerometer; Gyroscope; Magnetometer: Pressure and Temperature. PocketLab has many of the same features as lab equipment that costs thousands of dollars but is simple to use, deploy and manage and is included with the CTL NL61TX Education Chromebook as part of CTL’s solution for TTSD.


PocketLab – Intermediate

In this one-hour webinar, educators will explore the functionality of PocketLab, a hand-held scientific sensor for STEM education that connects wirelessly with the CTL NL61TX Chromebook. This is part two of a three part series. If you missed the first introductory PocketLab webinar, scroll down to find the recording on this page.


PocketLab – Advanced

This webinar is part 3 of a 3-part series, however, those who have never used PocketLab will also be able to follow along. PocketLab is a wireless scientific sensor that measures motion, acceleration, angular velocity, magnetic field, pressure, altitude, and temperature. Using the PocketLab app with your CTL Chromebook, you can easily analyze your data, create graphs, and integrate your data with other software.


LabCamera – An Introduction

In this one-hour webinar, educators learn about LabCam, a natural science exploration and data logging laboratory that integrates with the CTL NL61TX Education Chromebook’s built-in camera. The presenter will demonstrate the software in action on a Chromebook by conducting several experiments.


LabCamera – Intermediate

In this one-hour webinar, educators will delve deeper into the functionalities of LabCam, a natural science exploration and data logging laboratory. This is the second part of a three-part series.


LabCamera – Experiments That Make Learning Fun

LabCam is a scientific exploration app that works with students Chromebooks and other mobile devices or computers. This webinar will focus on LabCam’s Universal Logger and Pathfinder modules. Presenter Emese Viola Bodo will demonstrate engaging experiments with everyday tools and substances from the kitchen to make learning science more fun for your students!


LabCamera – Motion Diagrams

This webinar will focus on LabCam’s Kinematics and Graph Challenge modules and will demonstrate experiments with everyday objects to explore different physical phenomena such as velocity, acceleration, preservation of energy, etc. See how LabCamera helps children get familiar with the abstract thought of motion diagrams.


Noteflight – An Introduction

Learn about NoteFlight, an online music writing application that lets students create, view, print and hear music notation with professional quality, right on their CTL NL61TX Chromebook. Noteflight provides secondary educators and students with a private, secure online community. It’s perfect for group composition, repertoire sharing, and more. Noteflight is an entirely cloud-based notation software platform. You can view, edit, and comment on your students’ scores in an online environment. Create and save unlimited scores, compose directly from any MIDI device, and choose high-quality instrumental sounds.


Noteflight – Intermediate

This is part two of a three part series about Noteflight, an online music writing application that lets students create, view, print, record and hear music notation with professional quality, right on their CTL NL61TX Chromebook. Noteflight provides secondary educators and students with a private, secure online community. It’s perfect for group composition, repertoire sharing, and more. Noteflight is an entirely cloud-based notation software platform. You can view, edit, and comment on your students’ scores in an online environment. Create and save unlimited scores, compose directly from any MIDI device, and choose high-quality instrumental sounds. And, make multi-track recordings!