Early Learning Network

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The Early Learning and Technology Network is an advocate for developmentally appropriate technology use in early learning settings. The Early Learning and Technology Network promotes and facilitates the advancement of meaningful technology integration in teaching and learning experiences for young children. The Early Learning and Technology Network connects the early learning community with one another to explore and implement developmentally appropriate, high-quality, balanced and relevant use of technologies with young children in all early learning and educational settings (birth to age eight).

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  • Volunteer at the Early Learning Network Playground

    Hi community members,

    We are excited that ISTE’s Early Learning Network will be hosting the Early Learning Network Playground: Technologies With Young Children in Mind at the annual conference. This playground is designed to give educators hands-on experiences with different technology tools designed for the early childhood ages. We are finalizing the details of the companies that are attending. Thus far, some of the types of technologies that will be participating include robots, apps, and programming tools. While we are excited about this event, we know that just like previous years, this event will not be as successful without the support and time of volunteers. Volunteers don't have to be an expert with new technologies, just willing to try different tools and interact with other educators. You can sign up for times that meet your conference schedule by filling out our volunteer form: https://goo.gl/forms/pyoellwaTEBWdRY22

    Also, if you know of other educators who would like to help out that live in the San Antonio area, but aren’t registered for the conference, they would be able to volunteer for this event. Feel free to pass along this information and email me with any questions.

    All the best,

    Amanda Armstrong, M.S.
    ISTE Early Learning Network President