Research shows that when parents have access to their children’s data from school, the children do better and go farther. Susan Testaguzza helped attendees explore how online portfolios assist children in early childhood with problems in various areas.
Build self-esteem and emotional intelligence from the very beginning! View this edWeb.net webinar featuring Debbie Clement, an award-winning, song-writing, author/illustrator, in an upbeat romp of music, movement, novelty, sign language and laughter.
Pinterest has become one of the best ways to find and share resources for teachers. “Pinfluencer” Kim Vij shared her pinning secrets for how to optimize your Pinterest account, and the tools that she uses to do it.
Developing a conceptual understanding of numbers and how they work is critical for continued success in mathematics throughout a child’s academic career. Brian Mowry reviewed and discussed the knowledge and skills — in particular those related to verbal counting, enumeration, cardinality, and small number recognition — which develop in the preschool years and lay the foundation for good number sense.
Dr. Marianne Gibbs shared activities and rationale for the WHATs, HOWs, and WHYs of fine motor skill development as it relates to children 3-6 years old. Fun and easy-to-implement activities and strategies were demonstrated with supporting rationale for improving students’ future handwriting efficiency.
Did you know that if nothing changes, this generation of children will be the first in 200 years whose life expectancy may be shorter than that of their parents? Why? Could it be that we live in an age when family stability is crumbling, children are not eating healthy and yet adopting a sedentary lifestyle, and the media is filled with inappropriate language and explicit violence? What can we, as educators, do to make a definitive difference?
Dr. Becky Bailey, creator of Conscious Discipline, showed attendees four essential skills every early childhood educator must possess to transform chaos to calm within themselves, within children and within their classroom. Imagine four skills that can help children calm themselves, increase their ability to attend and support the development of empathy.
In this webinar, Steve Spangler shared his creative ideas and strategies to teach hands-on science through the medium of children’s literature. Learn how to use elements of the storyline to get students to think more like a scientist. You’ll be ready to create a collection of STEM experiences your children will never forget.
Children are naturally curious, and this is an opportunity for you to spark their imaginations and feed their curiosity. Discover ideas that will engage your 21st century learners in educational, playful and meaningful ways.
edWeb.net announced today that its newest professional learning community, Early Childhood Learning Solutions, has broken all previous edWeb.net records.