Rethinking Screen Time for the Digital Age (Webinar)

$25.00 $22.50 Member Price

By Dr Chip Donohue

Dr Chip Donohue is an international thought leader on early childhood development and integrated, quality educational practices in early childhood. The ECA national conference 2016 marked Dr Donohue’s first visit to Australia. If you missed his informative and insightful keynote address on the challenges educators and families face in the digital age, catch up with this webcast. Humorous and evidence-based his practical overview, strategies, international updates and tips offer new ways to think about existing and future technologies and the role of the early childhood practitioner.

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Dr Chip Donohue

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Dr Chip Donohue is Dean of Distance Learning and Continuing Education and Director of the TEC Center at Erikson Institute in Chicago. He is a Senior Fellow and Member of the Advisory Board of the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media at Saint Vincent College, where he co-chaired the working group that revised the 2012 NAEYC & Fred Rogers Center Joint Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs serving children from Birth through Age 8. Chip is the editor of Technology and Digital Media in the Early Years: Tools for Teaching and Learning, co-published by Routledge/NAEYC in 2014, and is editing a new book, Family Engagement in the Digital Age: Early Childhood Educators as Media Mentors to be published in 2016. In 2012 he received the Bammy Award and Educators Voice Award as Innovator of the Year from the Academy of Education Arts & Sciences. In 2015, he was honored as a children’s media Emerging Pioneer at the KAPi (Kids At Play International) Awards.