Just for early childhood educators, this edWebinar is chock full of fun, just-right activities that build oral language and early reading and writing skills.
Teaching computer coding skills and concepts in the primary grades may sound like a challenge, but now there are hands-on activities and age-appropriate software that engage young students in this type of learning. And, starting the learning process in grades K-2 can build students’ confidence and reduce the challenges they face later when working on coding projects in the upper grades.
Preparing young children for jobs that haven’t been invented yet may sound like a difficult task for educators, but a recent edWebinar showed how preK and kindergarten teachers can start developing the skills needed for future careers. Marnie Forestieri, the CEO of Young Innovators, and Debby Mitchell, Ed.D., a Young Innovators curriculum writer, explained the process for creating lesson plans that include projects introducing science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM), noting that “STEAM happens naturally in young children as they explore and investigate the world around them.”
In this edWebinar, Dr. Scott McConnell and Dr. Jan Bryan will share strategies for teaching young students, along with practical tips for assessing your early learners more effectively.
Join us in this edWebinar to learn about instructional best practices to help students develop social-emotional learning foundations that will lead to academic achievement and lifelong well-being.
Hear from two elementary educators who will share their first-hand experiences with movement-based learning used in their classrooms to reinforce skills and administer formative assessments.
In this edWebinar, learn the skills needed to transform children who are aggressive and defiant into cooperative members of your learning community.
In this edWebinar, Carol Ann Blank, Ph.D., LCAT, LPC, MT-BC, and Manager of Research and Special Needs Services for Music Together Worldwide, introduces participants to songs and rhythmic chants that support these necessary social skills in developmentally appropriate and enjoyable ways.
Augmented reality is emerging in the education space as a tool for motivating children to learn. Using this 3D technology can help students significantly whether they’re struggling to learn reading or math, or just to engage. Cynthia B. Kaye, CEO and Chief Zoo Keeper at Alive Studios, discovered this technology while in search of a way to support her own two ELL children. She discussed the benefits of using augmented reality in the classroom in “Engaging Early Learners with Augmented Reality.”
edWeb.net is excited to announce that Square Panda will host PreK-3 Digital Learning, a free professional learning community on edWeb. Through this community and edWebinars, Square Panda will support preK-3 educators as they navigate the rapidly changing world of edtech and the needs of early readers.