New math and technology programs will reach thousands of young children in Chicago classrooms, libraries and museums.
The four-year grant will allow the Collaborative to establish Head Start centers of excellence in mathematics throughout Chicago.
With two years of data, Early Math schools have substantially higher percentages of students who meet or exceed grade-level expectations in math.
In the second phase of a partnership, the Collaborative will work with teachers and administrators from 12 elementary schools.
The American Educational Research Associations’s annual meeting takes place in Philadelphia from April 4-7.
The nomination highlights Erikson’s work to improve the practice of early mathematics education.
The awards honor films at the highest levels of excellence in production value and effectiveness.
The Huffington Post looks at the Early Math Collaborative’s efforts to create learning communities in schools.
Participants learned how mathematical concepts taught as early as preschool help prepare children for success.
On We Act Radio, the Early Math Collaborative discusses its work to help teachers embrace math instruction.
The Early Math Collaborative’s new book gives teachers the foundational knowledge they need to teach math to young children.
The Early Math Collaborative is growing — and adding to its list of initiatives — in leaps and bounds.
A wealth of early math ideas, techniques, and materials, all connected to the Common Core State Standards, is now online.
The film shows how teachers can help children develop the foundation for complex mathematical thinking and lifelong learning.
Join Erikson faculty and staff at the NAEYC Annual Conference for presentations on topics ranging from early math to the value of early education.
An Early Mathematics Education Project initiative is helping early childhood education faculty prepare their community college students to teach foundational math.
The webinar series, which will be led by Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Education Jacqueline Jones, begins on March 6.
Stephanie Banchero interviewed Jeanine Brownell, Jie-Qi Chen and Jennifer McCray for a Wall Street Journal story about the Early Mathematics Education Project.
Join Erikson faculty and staff for presentations on topics ranging from children and technology to teaching practice at the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) annual conference in Orlando, Florida, November 2–5, 2011. Wednesday, November 2 Exploring
Jacqueline Jones, Education Secretary Arne Duncan’s senior advisor on early learning, visited Erikson on Thursday to learn about the Early Mathematics Education Project. The project received a $5 million Investing in Innovation (i3) grant last year from the Department of
The mathematics achievement gap in this country has been the subject of hand wringing, dire predictions, and plenty of blame. Now, thanks to the Early Mathematics Education Project, it’s the subject of progress.
Patty Pensa interviewed Jennifer McCray for this Chicago Tribune feature about the Early Mathematics Education Project.
Debra Williams interviewed Jennifer McCray, director of Early Mathematics Education Project, for a Catalyst Chicago article about the importance of math education.