He reminds parents that using devices may prevent them from teaching their children, even just by talking.
NBC 5 Chicago reports on summer camps that teach children coding.
Tamara Kaldor, M.S., assistant director of Erikson’s Technology in Early Childhood Center, shares tips with parents about the new digital craze.
Our experts in the Technology in Early Childhood Center share advice for parents looking to understand the latest digital craze — and how their children are taking part in it.
Chip Donohue, Ph.D., speaks with the Council for Professional Recognition about technology in early childhood.
Chip Donohue, Ph.D., Erikson’s director of the Technology in Early Childhood Center, shares tips on starting healthy media habits early.
New Erikson STEM programs were featured in Chicago Inno and edscoop.
New math and technology programs will reach thousands of young children in Chicago classrooms, libraries and museums.
Erikson leaders will take part in conversations about advancing STEM learning in early childhood.
Chip Donohue, Ph.D., director of Erikson’s TEC Center, talks about a new trend of teaching coding in early childhood programs.
Chip Donohue, director of Erikson Institute’s TEC Center, tells The Guardian that hi-tech toys shouldn’t replace parent-child interactions.
To foster children’s academic achievement, teachers can create a learning environment that integrates new technology as well as traditional activities.
Ongoing training and support are needed to help educators integrate technology and early learning with confidence.
A forum hosted at Erikson Institute highlighted new insights, research, and practice.
At Erikson’s President’s Council, two experts discussed how parents can use technology responsibly with their children.
In Tulsa World, Chip Donohue compares using technology to junk food: too much is bad; moderation is all right.
Brian Puerling, M.S. ’11, is an author and international consultant and presenter on children and technology.
“We’ve got to do our homework first,” TEC Center director Chip Donohue says in a KBIA Mid-Missouri Public Radio story.
“Together, we will provide guidance on what matters most for young children, parents, families, and educators in the digital age,” says Erikson’s Chip Donohue.
“Few have done so much to merge academia with practice,” says the award announcement.
Presentations include topics ranging from fair compensation for early childhood professionals to urban children’s literature.
The new site is a resource for using technology and interactive media with young children.
“I hope this book will move the needle on the field’s thinking about using technology with young children,” says editor Chip Donohue.
Technology in the classroom is not an either/or question, says Donohue in an interview with WESA, Pittsburgh’s NPR news station.
Looking for an international thought leader on technology in the classroom? Start with Erikson’s TEC Center.
Parents should be careful to select uses of technology that help their children learn and grow, according to Donohue.
Early childhood faculty from around the country had conversations to develop a vision of improved approaches in the digital age.
Donohue and Armstrong highlight the need to be intentional when selecting technology for children.
The Chicago Metro AEYC conference brings together 500 professionals in infant-toddler early care and education.
Erikson is partnering with the Clinton Global Initiative to bring early childhood education to the attention of the world’s leaders.
What do early childhood practitioners — and parents, too — need to think about before handing children technology, from iPads to digital cameras?
Join Erikson faculty and staff at the NAEYC Annual Conference for presentations on topics ranging from early math to the value of early education.
Erikson has created the new Technology in Early Childhood (TEC) Center to help early childhood educators make informed decisions about the appropriate use of technology in the classroom and other early childhood settings.