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September 17, 2016

3-Point Checklist to Assess Blended Learning Impact

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Integrating Educational Technology for Early Childhood
From tablets and smartphones to laptops, desktops, and smart-boards, computer-based learning can be a valuable part of any early childhood classroom.

Learn how to balance educational technology with other interactive, hands-on experiences in early childhood education. Nationally-recognized educators Tracey Roden and Clarissa Plair share a three-point checklist schools can use to assess how beneficial a blended initiative supported with technology works best.

Find out how playful and purposeful programs can deliver powerful results. Plus, get great insight into meaningful ways technology can be integrated into classrooms as early as pre-K through 3rd grade and beyond.

Guests:

Clarissa Plair, national educational consultant, Istation

Tracey Roden, vice president, curriculum & research, Istation

This webinar will be moderated by Ossa Fisher, chief marketing officer, Istation

Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016, 2 to 3 p.m. ET

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