With children home from school due to Coronavirus, two groups in particular are very interested in how children do and don’t learn from screen-based media – parents and teachers. In this conversation, we address what research and practice tell us about what enhances and what detracts from effective teaching and learning, particularly around two-way platforms like Skype and Zoom. We'll discuss how parents and teachers can translate that knowledge into best practices for home-bound children, and how to lay down a foundation of wise media use for once kids go back to school
The participants are Colleen Russo Johnson, co-founder and Chief Scientist for a start-up developing an app for parents and young children, and Carly Shuler, co-founder and CEO of Hoot Reading.
The interview is produced and conducted by David Kleeman, SVP of Global Trends for Dubit Ltd. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.