Less Fluff, More Stuff: Engaging Early Learners
High quality early learning is closely connected to college and career readiness, but early ed can look a lot like your favorite childhood cereal; sugary, lots of fluff, but no substance. The challenge is to infuse more learning into early ed while keeping students engaged. Join early engagement experts and a kindergarten teacher to learn about the different levers of engagement and discuss the benefits of adaptive personalized early ed from a design, content and practitioner perspective.
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- Understand and design levers of engagement for early learners.
- Learn from industry and classroom experts on how to develop and implement adaptive personalized early learning and its importance.
- Discover what classrooms are doing to prepare early learners for their next grade level, and ultimately college and career.
- Christine Zanchi, Curriculum Associates
- Jim Cunningham, University of North Carolina
- Ashley Curtis, Duval County Schools
Kathy Walsh, Sr Exhibits Coord, Curriculum Associates