Based on the findings of a national survey of 1,500 families as part of the CPB-PBS Ready To Learn initiative, this webinar will explore how learning occurs in contemporary families, especially those from low-income background, and the role that media resources play in children's informal learning, and the types of resources and experiences that parents would like to better support their children's learning.
On deck for this very informative hour will be Megan Silander from EDC, Kea Anderson from SRI International, and Pam Johnson from CPB. Cindy Kirk from Alabama Public Television will anchor the presentations.
What will you get from this webinar?
- Key findings from the study to help develop an understanding of families' experiences and needs related to learning at home, early science, and media use
- The implications for your station's work in early learning, as well as local approaches to media and family engagement
- Recommendations for content designers and program developers
- Becoming familiar with the PBS KIDS content and other resources being developed as part of the CPB-PBS Ready To Learn initiative to support early science learning
Register now via this link.
This webinar is a benefit of your station's NETA membership. Thank you.