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Accelerate Early Learning with Successful Use of Technology
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EST
Presented by Dawn Ulley, Head of Implementation, ABCmouse
Sponsored by Frog Street Press
What does effective use of technology in early learning classrooms look like? How can you use technology to reinforce curriculum themes and learning objectives? From home to child care to schools, how do you determine what’s appropriate when it comes to screen time? With an ever-growing abundance of digital resources, it can be difficult to determine which will have the most impact with young students.
Dawn Ulley, Head of Implementation at ABCmouse explores appropriate and successful uses of technology in early education. In this edWebinar, learn how to engage young learners and accelerate academic growth using technology. Whether you have two tablets in the back of the classroom or a device for each student, come away with tangible examples of how you can seamlessly integrate a digital resource into your Pre-K to 2nd grade curriculum. Gain strategies for using technology to accelerate early learning.
About the Presenter
Dawn Ulley’s 20-year career in education began as a high school English teacher. Before joining ABCmouse, she served as VP, Early Literacy for Achieve3000, fostering partnerships with more than 700 schools. Dawn also served as the first director of implementation for Lexia Learning, a Rosetta Stone Company. Prior to that role, she was the executive director of New York City for Voyager Sopris Learning, where her efforts helped to significantly improve New York City students’ literacy skills. Dawn got her start in professional development as a senior literacy consultant for America’s Choice (Pearson) schools in New York City, Pittsburgh, Boston, and Philadelphia.
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