Continuing professional learning beyond the classroom is a huge factor for teacher success. As educators engage with more technology in their daily instruction, understanding the process is a key factor to educator growth, success, and student performance.

Wonder Workshop would like to share the following opportunity to our educator community:

Opportunity for Early Childhood Technology (ECT) Graduate Certificate

Learn from past Wonder Workshop EdWeb webinar presenters Amanda Sullivan this fall for the online seminar on Technological Tools for Playful Learning and Angie Kalthoff in the online seminar in Designing Educational and Technological Environments for Children in the spring of 2020. 

Amanda Sullivan Webinar

Angie Webinar Getting Started with Coding

Interested in learning more about early childhood technologies like Dash and Dot, Scratch JR and more? Consider joining the Tufts Early Childhood Technology (ECT) program, directed by Prof. Marina Umaschi Bers. Online classes make learning flexible for busy professionals and parents. To join ECT this September, apply by August, 1st, 2019. All students receive a robotics kit! 

Amanda Sullivan Book Breaking STEM StereotypeEarly Application Promotion: Submit your completed application for ECT by July 26th and receive a FREE copy of Dr. Amanda Sullivan’s new book Breaking the STEM Stereotype: Reaching Girls in Early Childhood. In the book, you’ll learn how to boost girls confidence & interest in STEM with hands-on activities and developmentally appropriate technologies. 

Questions? Contact Angie Kalthoff, the ECT Program Manager at: angela.kalthoff@tufts.edu

Tufts ECT Info

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Engaging Beyond the Webinar – “Getting Started with Robotics in the K-8 Classroom”

Jul 26, 2019

Continuing professional learning beyond the classroom is a huge factor for teacher success. As educators engage with more technology in their daily instruction, understanding the process is a key factor to educator growth, success, and student performance.

Wonder Workshop would like to share the following opportunity to our educator community:

Opportunity for Early Childhood Technology (ECT) Graduate Certificate

Learn from past Wonder Workshop EdWeb webinar presenters Amanda Sullivan this fall for the online seminar on Technological Tools for Playful Learning and Angie Kalthoff in the online seminar in Designing Educational and Technological Environments for Children in the spring of 2020. 

Amanda Sullivan Webinar

Angie Webinar Getting Started with Coding

Interested in learning more about early childhood technologies like Dash and Dot, Scratch JR and more? Consider joining the Tufts Early Childhood Technology (ECT) program, directed by Prof. Marina Umaschi Bers. Online classes make learning flexible for busy professionals and parents. To join ECT this September, apply by August, 1st, 2019. All students receive a robotics kit! 

Amanda Sullivan Book Breaking STEM StereotypeEarly Application Promotion: Submit your completed application for ECT by July 26th and receive a FREE copy of Dr. Amanda Sullivan’s new book Breaking the STEM Stereotype: Reaching Girls in Early Childhood. In the book, you’ll learn how to boost girls confidence & interest in STEM with hands-on activities and developmentally appropriate technologies. 

Questions? Contact Angie Kalthoff, the ECT Program Manager at: angela.kalthoff@tufts.edu

Tufts ECT Info