Do you have a story or case study that illustrates best practice uses of technology with young children? If so, the TEC Center at Erikson Institute wants to hear from you!
This year is the 5th anniversary since the release of the NAEYC/Fred Rogers Center Joint Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs, which TEC Center Director, Chip Donohue helped write and the TEC Center promotes.
To mark the occasion the TEC Center is calling early childhood educators from schools, home-based daycare centers, libraries museums, and community programs, parents and children’s media developers to share your stories from the field. The center is currently accepting 200-word entries that share stories and case-studies of meaningful and appropriate technology use with young children.
Chosen submissions will be featured as case studies or in a free downloadable eBook on their website, in a featured article in Young Children, or at the NAEYC Annual Conference in Atlanta.
You can find more details on the TEC Center website. But hurry! Deadlines are March 20 and March 31.