Attention has steadily increased in early childhood education to include technologies built to engage younger students. The White House’s recent symposium on STEM brought together technology leaders and educators to discuss best-practices.
Jamalian, co-founder and Chief Learning Officer at Tiggly, to discuss the connection between physically engaging curriculum and state-of-the-art technology for our youngest students.
Tiggly recently announced a grant program to bring its technology into schools across the country. Dr. Jamalian talks about this effort and Tiggly’s recognition that Title I schools should be a part of the conversation to bring innovation to learning environments of all shapes and sizes. For more information on the grant program go to tiggly.com/edugrant.