Presented by Peggy Ashbrook, The Early Years columnist and blogger, National Science Teachers Association
Does science have to be messy? What can young children understand about science?
Preschool teacher and author Peggy Ashbrook will discuss her thinking about these questions and more in this webinar on best practices in early childhood science. Early childhood educators from preschools, family home child care, as well as professors, preservice, university lab school teachers, and others who want to reflect on their science teaching practice, will benefit. We will build understanding by exploring issues such as:
You can get briefed ahead of time by reading the National Science Teachers Association Early Childhood Science Education position statement.
- Are all science topics appropriate?
- Where can I find real science activities that are developmentally appropriate for young children?
Peggy Ashbrook will take questions from participants submitted throughout this webinar. Join her for an interactive session that will connect you with science resources and the greater early childhood science education community.
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