Tag Archives: technology

Program Feature: Early Literacy Summit

Educating for the Future: Are We Getting it Right? So, what do you think? Are today’s early childhood classrooms inspiring the types of thinking and learning that our children will need to function in the world of tomorrow? Join the … Continue reading

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Compassion Deficit Disorder – Its Causes and What We Can Do About It

Diane E. Levin, professor of early childhood education at Wheelock College in Boston, has coined a new term called “Compassion Deficit Disorder” to describe children who act without empathy or regard for others.  She uses descriptions from teachers to detail … Continue reading

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“Steve Jobs Was a Low-Tech Parent” – Are You?

This article from the New York Times flew around Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites earlier this fall. The content was astounding to many: Steve Jobs did not allow his children to use iPads! How could this be? The … Continue reading

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