Technology is all around us, all the time. Even at the preschool level, there are endless resources and tools available to teach technology. But did you know that there are ways to use technology in your classroom without screen time? Learn how you can recycle old electronics to free play and encourage problem-solving in your childcare center. Recycle old technology by reusing it in the play area of your class. Old flip phones, home phones, or any outdated phone could make for a great toy for playtime. Be sure to remove anything harmful from the phone, such as the batteries, before putting them in your play area. The children will bring these outdated phones back to life as their imagination […]
The Architecture of Child Care and How Technology AppliesThis training discusses the architecture of child care and how technology can be incorporated into the teaching and learning environment. This training is helpful for educators and administrators alike. Room layouts as well as the center designs will be discussed to ensure that the learning environment is the most beneficial for adults as well as children. View the Course Description
Meet Susan Testaguzza
Sue Testaguzza started her career with a Degree in English and Computer Science. She acquired employment with a software developer in Washington D.C. There she was on contract with the Pentagon for 5 years. Sue worked directly with clients, new program roll outs and software testing.
Sue decided to bring all her gained experience back to Ohio where her and her husband raised their 2 children. Upon her return back to Ohio she got into the childcare business and went back to school for a certification in Early Childhood Administration.
Sue has a unique blend of childcare training and technology. She is very passionate about sharing her experience and knowledge, that she has created Step Up To Quality courses with the help of AIR Childcare Training.