CPS Early Childhood Tech Cafe at TEC Center: Sharing Learning Through Technology May 19th, 4:30pm-7:30pm

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Image courtesy of Ravenswood Elementary School

Image courtesy of Ravenswood Elementary School

Join the TEC Center at Erikson Institute and CPS ‘s Office of Early Childhood Tech Cafe

May 19th, 4:30pm – 7pm

FREE event for CPS Teachers

Sharing Learning Through Technology

Register:  cps.edu/learninghub with course code 32394 to receive Clock Hours (CPDU’s)

Participants will get hands-on support and explore a variety of new preschool friendly apps and tech toys during a social hour.  The professional development workshop will explore how digital tools can support documentation of student learning, as well as provide an avenue for students to “go public” with their learning. Participants will also be invited to share examples of projects from their own classrooms.

essential_imageMissed Parts I & II? No Problem! All teachers and teacher assistants are welcome.

Question? E-Mail: OECE@CPS.EDU

WHERE

Erikson Institute

451 N LaSalle St, Chicago, IL

60654

*Discount Parking available for as low as $2! Click Here for transportation information visit www.erikson.edu

Open to all CPS preschool teachers and TA’s.

Register:  cps.edu/learninghub with course code 32394 to receive Clock Hours (CPDU’s)

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