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Patti Wollman Summers

Patti Wollman Summers

Patti Wollman Summers obtained two masters degrees, the first in English from SUNY Buffalo and the second in early childhood education from Bank Street College. She has been a teacher, director and consultant for over three decades. She holds additional experience as a teacher of parent-child classes featuring an integration of iPad Apps and is a published author. Wollman Summers recently co-authored the new parenting guide, “Toddlers ON Technology.”

"Toddlers ON Technology"
By Patti Wollman Summers, M.Ed; Ann Desollar-Hale, PhD; and Heather Ibrahim-Leathers
ISBN: 978-1-4817-3050-1
Available in hardcover, softcover and e-book formats
Available on Amazon and AuthorHouse

Connect with the authors on:
Facebook page - Digitod
Twitter - @digi_tod
GoodReads – Toddlers On Technology


Blog Posts by Patti Wollman Summers

  • ipad in nursery school

    IPAD in Nursery School

    My Kid’s Teacher is Using an IPAD in his Nursery School Classroom. Will That Hurt Him? Many early childhood classrooms around the country are beginning to introduce technology into their curriculums. Some parents have reservations about exposing their children to digital devices so early in their educations. Will their children only be interested in activities […]

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  • tantrums and ipads

    IPAD Tantrum

    My Child Has a Tantrum Whenever I Take The IPAD Away. What can I do to Stop this Behavior? This is a question we hear frequently. In fact, we named our book Toddlers ON Technology to emphasize the addictive appeal of digital devices. This is true for all ages, including teenagers and grown-ups. (I have […]

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  • Digital Technology

    HELP! My Child Wants To Know About Digital Technology – and He’s Only 2!

    As we sat by a computer, my 22 month-old granddaughter uttered her first complete sentence to me. It was: “Grandma, you have to double click.” That’s when I knew I was in a different universe. And now it is clear: our digital toddlers, whom we call Digitods, are here to stay. Why? It’s not surprising. […]

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