In a recent article on EdSurge, Chip Donohue, Founding Director of the Technology in Early Childhood Center at Erikson Institute and Senior Fellow at the Fred Rogers Center, shares his key takeaways about the most powerful ideas and practices when using technologies with young children. Additionally, Donohue shares advice for teachers and stresses “relationships matter most.”
“Technology-mediated family engagement and nudges work. Use tools to enhance family engagement and relationships, help families keep in touch at a distance and strengthen parent-child interaction.”
To learn more visit: Beyond Screen Time: Better Questions for Children and Technology in 2020.