UCECP and the Grandparent Group of Union Church Present:
“Technology’s Impact on Preschool and Young Children”
The presentation is free and open to the public.
Donations to help offset the cost of the speaker’s fees are greatly appreciated.
Speaker: Dr. Bozeday, Rush Neuro-Behavioral Center
Tuesday, 2.23.16 from 9:30 – 11:00 a.m. in Rowell Hall
Come join us as Dr. Bozeday discusses brain development in preschoolers and young children and how technology impacts learning. She will review a few of the negative aspects of technology and how much is too much. Dr. Bozeday will highlight activities that stimulate a positive growth in executive function skills for preschoolers and young children.
Some of the questions she will answer are:
- iPhones, iPads, remotes, video games…when is this all too much?
- What are the negative aspects of technology? Social isolation, creativity is lost, kids cannot play alone.
- What does technology do to our brain?
- What are the upsides to technology?
- What technology is appropriate for different age groups?
Georgia Bozeday, Ed.D., is the Director of Educational Services at RNBC (Rush NeuroBehavioral Center) and Adjunct Professor at Northeastern Illinois University. Dr. Bozeday currently manages the Executive Function projects and services provided by the RNBC educational team. She guides the process of curriculum design and implementation of the RNBC Executive Functions programs.
Dr. Bozeday is a frequent presenter at area schools, parent and professional organizations and many national conferences.
Reservation are appreciated, but not required at: http://uchucc.us/bozeday