This edWebinar will particularly focus on the teacher-child interactions that best support children learning with nature rather than simply learning in or about nature.
Steve Spangler shares his creative ideas and strategies to teach hands-on science through the medium of children’s literature.
In this edWebinar, national early childhood specialist Steven Erwin addresses and reflects on challenges that teachers face today and explore strategies that will strengthen the focus on children.
Join this webinar to learn how to use technology to extend your traditional lessons and open up new possibilities to your students. During this live, interactive event, Sarah Rich will show you how to “tech out your lessons.”
Join award-winning author and educator, MaryAnn F. Kohl, for a lively and entertaining discussion about process art and young children
In this webinar, Dr. Jean (a.k.a. The Dr. of FUN) will demonstrate brain energizers that you can use to start your day, between lessons, or whenever your students appear restless.
In this webinar, Dr. Eva Horn will present the Children’s School Success Plus (CSS+) Curriculum Framework for early childhood educators as a guide to plan and deliver instruction for all young children they serve.
This edWeb.net Arts & Music in Early Learning webinar explored how and why the content and process of developmentally appropriate music activities can support young children’s language and literacy skill development.
What are the most wonderful play and learning experiences young children can have using mobile devices, and why are they so powerful?
If you are an early childhood educator, you’ve probably been faced with challenging decisions about whether to include technology in your program. Your colleagues and parents may have preconceived ideas about technology in early learning settings. You may wonder how technology can fit in a child-centered approach. Come along with us to learn more about the top questions early educators have about technology, and pick apart the issues.