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Tuesday, February 27 • 9:30am - 11:45am
Mapping Your Way to Coding: Computational Thinking and Early Coding

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Join us to connect the big ideas in math and technology. Explore how to support the development of computational thinking and early coding in young children through storytelling, neighborhood walks, map making, and play-based experiences with tangible technology tools without screens. Connect the latest research in early childhood development, technology, computational thinking and early coding to your early childhood program. Come prepared to play and explore in this hands-on session.

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Tamara Kaldor

Associate Director, TEC Center, Erikson Institute
Ealy childhood development, play, learning and technology!

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Jenna Herdzina

Program Manager, Erikson Institute
Technology and digital media, early childhood development, civic identity development, social justice and equity!
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Erin Stanfill

Teacher, Chicago Public Schools
Erin has been working as a preschool teacher for the past seven years in Chicago. She has achieved her National Board Certification and Masters of Science in Early Childhood Education from the Erikson Institute. Erin has worked in the Head Start and Tuition-Based preschool programs... Read More →

Tuesday February 27, 2018 9:30am - 11:45am

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