Gillian McNamee, Ph.D., director of teacher education, calls for well-prepared teachers of young children in an opinion piece in The Hechinger Report.
Integrating technology with child life helps Erikson alumni connect with children in a hospital setting
At Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, the child life team uses tablets and other digital devices to help children understand and cope with medical issues.
More than 100 participants delve deeply into practical ways teachers can improve early math instruction.
Tamara Kaldor, M.S., assistant director of Erikson’s Technology in Early Childhood Center, shares tips with parents about the new digital craze.
Our experts in the Technology in Early Childhood Center share advice for parents looking to understand the latest digital craze — and how their children are taking part in it.
Retiring professor Robert Halpern, Ph.D., reflects on his research on young children and adolescents
In his 28 years at Erikson Institute, Dr. Halpern studied the role schools and services for families play in children’s learning and development.