Below are a compilation of webinars given by DevTech Researchers and ECT alumni and instructors on early childhood education with a focus on technology.
ECT Application Workshop: Funding your Graduate Education
A Year Into COVID: An ECT Panel on the Changing Role of Technology and STEAM Learning in Young Children’s Lives.
Virtual ScratchJr Event 2021
Prof. Marina Bers introduces the CAL Curriculum and ScratchJr Connect!
Dean’s Inclusion and Equity Speaker Series: Marina Bers
University of California Irvine’s School of Education Speaker Series Features Prof. Bers
Coding as a Playground – Exploring Early Childhood Coding
A discussion with Marina Bers.
Fill out a quick registration to view the recording!
New Frontiers in K-12 CS Education
Marina Bers (1:17-1:27) speaks to the Department of Education for CS Ed Week
A discussion about the importance of coding with Marina Bers
Developing Computational Thinking in Early Childhood
A discussion with Marina Bers
Webinar featuring Dr. Marina Bers and Dr. Merredith Portsmore, moderated by Dr. Amanda Strawhacker
Round Table: A discussion to address questions related to early childhood technology.
Makerspaces: Resources and suggestions for creating an at home makerspace.
Limudei Code-Esh Project
Webinar featuring Prof. Marina Umaschi Bers and Rachel Viselman on the Limudei Code-Esh curriculum units that integrate coding, robotics and computational thinking with Jewish Holidays.
Unplugged Activities: Resources for activities that do not require electronic technology.
How to Talk to Your Kids Without Giving Them the Answer: Discussion, activities, and resources for adults to encourage creative thinking and problem solving.
KIBO at Home: Tips and activities for using KIBO at home.
ABC’s of STEAM: Tips and resources for early childhood STEAM activities at home.
ScratchJr at Home: Tips and activities for using ScratchJr at home.
Young Learners, Technology and Learning at Home
A Conversation with Dr. Marina Umaschi Bers
Webinar Programar Jugando
Ideas para el desarrollo del pensamiento computacional con Marina Bers