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Experts in early childhood program and policy development share findings from The Seeding Reading Project, a multi-year initiative that examines if and how digital media can be used in early childhood programs to support literacy development. The initiative is led by New America and the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop and supported by the Pritzker Children’s Initiative.
Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2015
As social work practice evolves, we anchor the uncertainty with disciplinary knowledge that guides intervention, including practice wisdom and attention to social work ethics. Join this exploration of ethics as they relate to social work professionals’ role in society and their developing moral selves.
Having completed a general scan of the ways in which ethics impact social work practice, we will dive deeper into this examination of ethical practice of social work. Join Part II of this exploration of ethics as they relate to social work professionals’ role in society and their developing moral selves.
Date: Wednesday, July 8, 2015
Join us for this brief introductory webinar on mandated reporting and the essential facts professionals need to know when they suspect child abuse.
Understanding how children learn, grow, and develop is crucial for understanding how children learn from and interact with technology. Learn more about the roles played by physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development in children’s interactions with technology.
As an early childhood practitioner, you are in a unique position to promote children’s well-being – in your school and beyond – by engaging families and the community at large. Rapid advances in technology have changed the way we define the concept of community, but we must provide programs and classroom environments that allow children and families to connect and learn from each other. In this webinar, you’ll receive evidence-based practices in the use of technology and digital media to engage teachers, families and the community.
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