I recently enjoyed a webinar by Katie Paciga, PhD, Assoc. Prof. of Education, Columbia College Chicago on E-Books and Digital Stories through NAEYC’s Technology and Young Children Interest Forum.  I have been known to compare technology in early childhood to food. When people suggest that young children get too much technology at home so we should not use it at school, I remind them they may overeat a...

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1st-3rd grade educators worked together to learn engaging ways to develop number sense. Students will develop fact fluency while playing games that use their number sense strategies. By learning their facts in this way, students are not merely memorizing, but rather learning to work with numbers flexibly.  “Low achievers are often low achievers not because they know less but because they don’t use numbers flexibly – they have been set on the wrong path, often from an early age, of trying to memorize methods instead of interacting with numbers flexibly.” Jo Boaler,  Stanford University, 2009


April 8, 2019

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