ICE 2016 Early Childhood Play, Tech and Innovation Workshop #TeacherTakeaway with Hip Hooray K

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Kirstin McGinnis of Hip Hooray in K shares her teacher takeaway of Dr Chip Donohue's Keynote from our #ICE16 workshop at the TEC Center on 2/24/16.

Kirstin McGinnis of Hip Hooray in K shares her teacher takeaway of Dr Chip Donohue’s Keynote from our #ICE16 workshop at the TEC Center on 2/24/16.

Kirstin McGinnis, a Kindergarten teacher and blogger from Berwyn IL, shares her fantastic recap of her day in our workshop, Play, Technology and Innovation in Early Childhood, with Illinois Computing Educators (ICE) annual conference. This off-site workshop hosted at the TEC Center at Erikson Institute on February 24, 2016 gave educator’s a deep dive into understanding how to use technology appropriately with young children in early childhood play-based experiences.  The day was filled with important conversations and plenty of time for hands-on play, teacher connections, and planning for integrating tech in children’s learning and playing experiences. TEC Center’s Chip Donohue, Tamara Kaldor and Katie Paciga had terrific day of leading, learning and sharing with our fantastic attendees! We love Kirsten’s recap on her blog Hip Hooray in K!

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