Catalyst Chicago looks into the expansion of a promising program.
Educators attending Pearson’s National Early Childhood Summer Institute 2012 can build their professional portfolio by earning Erikson continuing education units (CEUs) at the conference, July 23–26 in San Antonio, Texas. “Erikson is proud to partner with Pearson and to recognize
The Art of Leadership: Managing the Early Childhood Program A professional development learning series for program directors, site managers, education coordinators, assistant directors, and supervisors Register now for this five-session series taught by leaders in the early childhood field. The
Illinois Action for Children is offering financial support for practitioners pursuing professional development in early care and education and school-age care. These funds can be used for Erikson’s professional development offerings, as well as other workshops, conferences, and professional credentials.
Erikson recently hosted a group of preschool directors from Xi’an, China, for a three-day professional development program designed specifically for them. “We worked really hard to tailor this leadership training to the needs of Chinese preschool directors,” says professor Jie-Qi
This summer, Erikson’s five-year fundraising campaign surpassed its $30 million goal.
In September, eight early childhood faculty members traveled from Jordan to Erikson for custom professional development seminars. Senior Instructor Colette Davison (far left) and Professor Pam Epley (far right) with faculty members from Jordan. Vonda Jump, Ph.D., of Utah State
Erikson’s fall line-up of professional development workshops offer research-based training with a practical edge. Register by September 30 and receive a 20% discount. Enter discount code ERIKSONFALL when you checkout. Learn more and register »
Join Erikson’s Center for Children and Families for a series of workshops for parents and nannies taught by experienced specialists. Learn more and register »
Three recent grants from the J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Faculty Innovation Fund are giving young faculty researchers support as they pursue work in key areas.
“Exploring PreK–3rd Grade: A dialogue on educational reform” may be the first shot in a revolution in early education in Illinois.