Professor Gillian McNamee, Ph.D. tells Cleveland.com and the Plain Dealer how parents should choose preschool.
Faculty & staff
The Asian American Psychological Association selected Thakar as one of its two leadership fellows this year.
Erikson welcomed assistant professors Amanda Moreno and Dhara Thakar to the faculty at the beginning of the 2013-14 academic year.
Liza Sullivan, a 10-year veteran of the field, joins Erikson as assistant director of continuing education.
More than 100 people celebrated Stott’s commitment to Erikson, its students, and its alumni at the Alumni of Erikson Institute annual dinner.
In a Chicago Tribune article, Nickels suggests telling younger children Santa’s limitations in delivering every child’s every wish.
Epley notes the limitations of most standardized tests, pointing to high-quality observational assessments as a superior alternative; though, with a caveat.
Few books for young children feature a Latino main character, which could be an obstacle for young readers, says Fleming.
CBS 2 Chicago looks into pros and cons of teaching with iPads in early childhood classrooms.
Bowman talked to Life Goes Strong about what grandparents should think about when giving holiday gifts to their grandchildren.
Popular parent website, ABCmouse.com features Q&A with Donohue.
Meisels emphasized his support for comprehensive, observational assessments throughout the school year.
Envisioning Change is a statewide effort to close the achievement gap for African American students beginning in the earliest grades.
The film shows how teachers can help children develop the foundation for complex mathematical thinking and lifelong learning.
McNamee encouraged parents to acknowledge anxiety or other emotions and discuss the strike in terms of fairness.
Join Erikson faculty and staff at the NAEYC Annual Conference for presentations on topics ranging from early math to the value of early education.
The director of Erikson’s Technology in Early Childhood Center talks about the effects of parents using digital devices to keep their young children occupied.
Amy Chua’s Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother hit a nerve nationwide—and at Erikson.
“Hearthstones” and “gullies” are in short supply in most cities, but you’d never know that from looking through the shelves of a classroom library.
Toddlers don’t have cell phones—yet—but there’s no getting around the fact that information technology is reaching younger and younger audiences.