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Choosing Favorites: Common Sense’s Favorite Tools for Young Children Guest Blog by Tanner Higgin
Learn from Common Sense Education's Director of Education Editorial Strategy, Tanner Higgin, about the efforts for reviewing edtech tools for young children. Read more →
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June 5, 2019
Using Research to Build Better PreK Classroom Resources Guest blog by Heather Sherwood
Learn from Heather Sherwood (EDC) about the efforts and processes for developing resources for early childhood educators. Read more →
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March 27, 2018
EARCOS Teachers’ Conference 2018 Resources
Read and save Chip Donohue's curated resources from his presentations at EARCOS Teachers’ Conference 2018, Bangkok, Thailand! Read more →
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September 5, 2017
My Tech Goes Home Story
My Tech Goes Home Story written by Dan Noyes My daughter, who is now a wonderfully vocal and precocious six-year old, refused to speak when she was little. No words and very few sounds at all. She just decided not to grace us with her beautiful voice. As part of Read more →
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June 5, 2017
The Digital Play Framework Observation Handouts
These handouts are based on the Digital Play Framework (DPF), developed by Jo Bird and Dr. Suzy Edwards, a pedagogy in which children explore and demonstrate other behaviors when first introduced to technology through play. Tamara Kaldor, Associate Director, TEC Center is collaborating with Ms. Bird and Dr. Edwards to conduct professional development research and help early childhood practitioners implement the DPF in their classrooms and other early childhood learning environments. Read more →
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