Presented by Cate Heroman
Looking to seamlessly integrate making and tinkering in the classroom? Watch as the author of NAEYC's newest publication, Making and Tinkering with STEM, shares tools and resources from the book (including sample design challenges) that both novices and seasoned advocates of the makerspace movement can easily follow.
Presented by Rebecca Isbell and Sonia Akiko Yoshizawa
Find out how you can inspire children’s creative thinking across all areas of learning—including science, math, reading, technology, social studies, and the arts—with the authors of Nurturing Creativity: An Essential Mindset for Young Children’s Learning.
Presented by NAEYC's Public Policy Team
NAEYC’s Public Policy team hosted a webinar on the non-partisan Early Ed for President electoral advocacy campaign. This webinar shared information about the campaign's messages and activities and offered opportunities for educators to engage in becoming the best possible advocates for opportunity and excellence.
Presented by NAEYC, PBS KIDS and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting
Today’s children are more in tune with media and technology than any prior generation. This dynamic poses many challenges while also opening up exciting new opportunities for early childhood educators to bring research-based, media-rich resources into our preschool settings. Yet many of us may be struggling to find and use trusted, high-quality content and resources.
Today’s children are more in tune with media and technology than any prior generation. This dynamic opens up exciting new opportunities for early childhood educators to bring research-based, media-rich resources into our kindergarten and primary grade school settings. Yet many of us may not know where and how to find trusted, high-quality content.