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Webinar: Children and Families as Creators and Storytellers: New Digital Directions for Learning at Home

  • 1.  Webinar: Children and Families as Creators and Storytellers: New Digital Directions for Learning at Home

    Posted 6 days ago
    NAEYC Technology and Young Children Interest Forum Webinar
    May 18, 2020  follow up webinar to March 30th

    Lessons Learned: Children and Families as Creators and Storytellers: New Digital Directions for Learning at Home

     

    Thank you to the many NAEYC members who joined us live or registered for the event.

     

    Visit the Group's Wakelet : Children and Families as Digital Creators and Storytellers
    …for the Recording and other Resources:

     

    Webinar link (without chat):

    Resources and Chat link (GOOGLE doc):

    In this webinar, presenters shared anecdotes from their experiences working with children and families creating and sharing stories using technology, and discuss how this might happen at home.

     

    *Noelle Chung, Title I Pre-K teacher, Knollwood Elementary, Salisbury, NC
    *Katie Gardner, Kindergarten ESL teacher, Knollwood Elementary, Salisbury, NC    
    *Kelsey MacLeod, Kindergarten teacher, Whispering Oak Elementary, Winter Garden, FL
     *Juana Rodriguez-Vazquez, Migrant Education Regional Coordinator, Mano en Mano, Milbridge, ME

    This second webinar was offered by the NAEYC Technology & Young Children Interest Forum this spring as part of an NAEYC mini-grant project. 

    We welcome your feedback about these resources and interest in future Technology & Young  Children Interest Forum activities -please take this short survey  https://bit.ly/TYCIFMay20 

    From Diane Bales and Kelly Dalsemer
    Technology and Young Children Interest Forum Facilitators


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    Kelly Dalsemer
    Resource Teacher, Early Childhood Services
    Orange County Public Schools
    Oviedo FL
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