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Upcoming webinars

Technology Tools for Strengthening Communities

cottoInstructor: Luisa Cotto
Date: Wednesday, October 14, 2015

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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New Research on Teacher Practices and Use of Technology in the Early Childhood Classroom

Instructor: Courtney Blackwell, Ph.D.
Date: Tuesday, December 1, 2015blackwell

More and more, early childhood programs are including technology in the classroom, especially newer devices like tablet computers. Courtney Blackwell, Ph.D., will reveal findings from recent studies showing what types of technology are most often selected in early childhood classrooms, the ways teachers are using these tools, and the effects these tools have on children’s learning.

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