Before you turn your conventional classrooms upside down, consider how the very different needs of your youngest learners should shape blended learning implementations for PreK-Grade 3.
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.
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.
edWeb’s new Early Childhood Learning Solutions community kicked off their first webinar with Dr. Jean, teacher, consultant and celebrated author of more than 10 books on the topic of early childhood education, and guest host Stephen Fite, award-winning musician and writer!
This webinar, held by edWeb’s PreK-3 Digital Learning community, helped clarify the role of gaming in education and provided webinar attendees with the information they need to effectively incorporate technology into childhood development.
Music can be an incredible and enjoyable tool to use with children of all ages, however, many early childhood professionals don’t realize that the means to do this are very accessible for any educator regardless of music “talent” or experience.
edWeb.net and Music Together LLC will partner to help early childhood educators learn how music and fine arts support early learning and child development by creating a free online professional learning community on Arts and Music in Early Learning.
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Many students on the autism spectrum are also nonspeaking or have low verbal skills. Visual supports are often used as a tool to support students; however the use of the supports is often misunderstood and overused.