edWeb.net and AWE Announce PreK-3 Digital Learning Community
Developer of digital learning products for the PreK-3 market, AWE, launched a free professional community on edWeb.net. The free community, PreK-3 Digital Learning, will be launched alongside the National Association for the Education of Young Children Conference (NAEYC) in Washington, DC.
The PreK-3 Digital Learning community will provide a place for early childhood instructors to learn and discuss digital learning tools as well as media for students; furthermore, the community hosts a series of free webinars and online discussions for instructors interested in the appropriate use of technology, in need of tools and resources for their classroom. The first webinar of the PreK-3 Digital Learning community, introduced by Dr. Chip Donohue the Dean of Distance Learning and Continuing Education at the Erikson Institute, will be on Novemember 26,2013 at 3:00pm EST. The webinar will be about common concerns about young children, technology and highlight benefits when educators integrate technology.
CEO and President of AWE, Karl Thorton stated:
“AWE is proud to support an edWeb community for teachers, administrators, and others that play a role in educating our youngest citizens. PreK-3 is such a critical time in a person’s life. It can really dictate the type of path they take going forward. This is why AWE is dedicated to not only providing solutions for early education, but to also enabling and supporting awareness, idea sharing, discussion, and community for this crucial educational period.”
CEO and Founder of edWeb.net Lisa Schnucki stated:
“This will be edWeb’s first professional learning community specifically for educators involved in early learning. We have been looking for the right partner to expand our programs to teachers working with the youngest students. It is so important for us to provide professional learning and support for these educators. We are delighted to launch this initiative with AWE.”
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