Faculty and staff present at NAEYC annual conference

Join Erikson faculty and staff at the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Annual Conference, November 5–8, 2014, for presentations on topics ranging from fair compensation for early childhood professionals to urban children’s literature.

Visit the conference website for the complete session details.

Wednesday, November 5

  • More mirrors in the classroom: Using urban children’s literature to increase literacy and connect children with content
    Jane Fleming
    Erikson Institute
  • Envisioning change: Young black children, achievement and learning: What’s needed and works in early childhood
    Barbara Bowman and Aisha Ray
    Erikson Institute
  • How about those Three Little Pigs?: Using stories to bring STEM & literacy to life
    Jie-Qi Chen, Mary Hynes-Berry, and Donna Johnson
    Erikson Institute

Thursday, November 6

  • President’s Seminar – Tackling the Complexities of Workforce Compensation: A Dialogue
    Barbara Bowman
    Erikson Institute
  • NAECTE Urban Education ResearchNet Symposium: Studies on culturally relevant teaching
    Jane Fleming
    Erikson Institute
  • Enhancing teaching practice and teacher education programs through teacher research
    Barbara Bowman
    Erikson Institute
  • Contar No Es Todo lo que Cuenta: Alfabetización Numérica para los Niños en Prescolar
    This session will be presented in Spanish.
    Rebeca Itzkowich and Lisa Ginet
    Early Math Collaborative at Erikson Institute
  • How technology can support family engagement: A review of research, innovative tools, and promising practices in early childhood programs
    Chip Donohue and Amanda Armstrong
    TEC Center at Erikson Institute

Friday, November 7

  • Technology and digital media in the early years: Tools for teaching and learning – Conversations with contributing authors
    Chip Donohue
    TEC Center at Erikson Institute

Saturday, November 8

  • Turning tech research into developmentally appropriate practice
    Chip Donohue and Amanda Armstrong
    TEC Center at Erikson Institute