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Developmentally Appropriate, Play-Based Virtual Instruction for Preschool Children

Tuesday, March 2, 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST

Developmentally Appropriate, Play-Based Virtual Instruction for Preschool Children

Presented by Tracey Roden, Director of Research and Assessment, Frog Street
Moderated by Stephen Fite, President and Artist, Melody House Inc.

Sponsored by Frog Street

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In order to support children’s learning as much as possible during school closings, many schools have decided to temporarily shift to virtual instruction. Because there are many aspects of preschool that cannot be replicated virtually, virtual instruction poses quite a challenge for preschool teachers. With careful planning and intentionality, teachers can create developmentally appropriate, play-based learning experiences that children and caregivers can do together and continue to reflect early learning outcomes.

This important edWebinar offers guidance and best practices specifically focused on young children and virtual instruction. Learn to help parents provide effective learning opportunities with the resources available in the home, digital and non-digital. This is a must-view session to gain practical knowledge to help navigate this uncharted terrain!

This recorded edWebinar will be of interest to early childhood teachers, librarians, and school and district leaders.


Tracey RodenAbout the Presenter

Tracey Roden holds a tenured history of guiding research efforts and developing high-quality digital instruction and assessments. Tracey began her career in early childhood education as a preschool teacher and spent many years in the classroom as both a teacher and a coach before transitioning into educational product development and publishing. With her extensive knowledge and experience in early childhood education and leadership, Tracey continues to advocate for the advancement of early childhood education. Tracey has presented at several national conferences and is currently pursuing her doctorate in curriculum and instruction. Follow Tracey on Twitter @traceyroden.


Stephen FiteAbout the Moderator

Stephen Fite is an award-winning musician/writer for children, whose albums have received 18 nationally recognized honors. Suitable for the classroom, car, or living room, his upbeat brand of children’s music has been delighting students, teachers, and parents around the nation for more than three decades. He realized his love for music at a very young age while listening to Beatles LP’s at his aunt’s house shortly after the British Band Invasion of the ’60s. As a result, he shares that same passion for song with teachers and children through his writing, recording, and performance. Since the mid-80s, Stephen has performed concerts for over 800,000 children, as well as keynotes and workshops for educators throughout the United States. Follow Stephen on Twitter @stephen_fite.


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Tuesday, March 2, 2021
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST
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