The spring edition of Erikson on Children, our newsletter for alumni, donors, and friends, is now available online.
Erikson on Children Spring 2014
“I look forward to meeting many more of you and working together with you in the coming years,” writes President Nagle.
A revelation in a Guatemalan orphanage led Geoffrey A. Nagle to the early childhood field and Erikson.
Looking for an international thought leader on technology in the classroom? Start with Erikson’s TEC Center.
Erikson co-founder Lorraine Wallach is remembered as a teacher, mentor, colleague, and friend.
Toby Herr, M.Ed. ’82, followed the data to create an international model for social services.
Over five years, the Center’s interdisciplinary team of specialists has seen more than 1,700 families.
Names and some creative activities can build mathematical thinking, as well as a sense of community in the classroom.
Sandra Perez Sterling and Diane Goldstick Meagher recently became Erikson trustees.
Seven-year-old Henry Mongerson made a special request: please make a donation to Erikson Institute instead of birthday gifts.
Read about the professional and personal accomplishments of Erikson’s alumni.
The committee will consider how to prepare a workforce that seamlessly supports children birth to eight.
Jerry Weast and Chris Koch lead candid discussions on the challenges facing school districts and ways to achieve reform.
They are in the inaugural cohort of an initiative designed to advance policy, systems, and diversity in Illinois’s early childhood field.
Lockridge managed the construction of Erikson’s campus and professionalized the Institute’s recruitment efforts.
In the second phase of a partnership, the Collaborative will work with teachers and administrators from 12 elementary schools.