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TEC Center at NAEYC 2015

TEC Center at NAEYC 2015

The Technology in Early Childhood (TEC) Center team at Erikson Institute: Chip Donohue, Tamara Kaldor, and Katie Paciga are all presenting at the 2015 NAEYC Conference. We will be sharing our expertise about the latest in child development, social-emotional development and technology, edtech, family engagement, screen time, STEM/STEAM, research and so much more! Scroll down to check out the schedule.

Want to meet with the TEC Center team to discuss a project while we are there? Tweet us or send us a message

Hope you can join the conversation in-person at our presentations or on Twitter #techearlyyears

Check out our schedule:

Wednesday, 11/18 8am-5pm Rm#W202

Early Education and Technology for Children Conference (EETC)   with Chip Donohue, Director of the TEC Center, presenting throughout the day

Thursday, 11/19 3pm-4pm  Rm# W304E/F 

Technology is for the whole child: How new technology tools support social-emotional development with Chip Donohue, Director of TEC Center and Katie Paciga, Early Career Research Fellow at the Fred Rogers Center and at the TEC Center

Friday, 11/20 10am-11:15am Rm# W304E/F

What would Maria Montessori say? Exploring theoretical frameworks for children’s interactive media with Chip Donohue

Friday, 11/20 2:30pm-4:30m Rm#W304G/H

Tech on Deck: Roundtable chats with Chip Donohue, Director of TEC Center and Tamara Kaldor, Program Coordinator at TEC Center

Friday, 11/21 1pm-2:30pm Rm# Room W312A/B

iFamily: The impact of technology on family engagement in Head Start programs with Chip Donohue, Director of TEC Center and Tamara Kaldor, Program Coordinator at TEC Center

 

 

 

 

 

 

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