Chip Donohue, PhD

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FOUNDING DIRECTOR
Chip Donohue, PhD

Founding Director, TEC Center
Erikson Institute
Senior Fellow, Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media at Saint Vincent College

 

Chip Donohue, PhD, is no longer at TEC Center at Erikson Institute but remains as Founding Director. He is a Senior Fellow and Member of the Advisory Board of the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media at Saint Vincent College, where he co-chaired the working group that revised the 2012 NAEYC & Fred Rogers Center Joint Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children from Birth through Age 8. Chip is the editor of two books, Technology and Digital Media in the Early Years: Tools for Teaching and Learning (2015) and Family Engagement in the Digital Age: Early Childhood Educators as Media Mentors (2017), co-published by Routledge/NAEYC. In 2012 he received the Bammy Award and Educators Voice Award as Innovator of the Year from the Academy of Education Arts & Sciences. In 2015, he was honored as a children’s media Emerging Pioneer at the KAPi (Kids At Play International) Awards. Follow Chip’s digital footprints as he travels the globe at @chipdono.

 

Recent posts by Chip Donohue, PhD

March 30, 2020
Supporting Your Child’s Technology and Media Use: Media Resources for Families
Children's experiences and tools may look a little different from when you were growing up. Read and download TEC Center's list of tips, readings, and resources to help families support their children's digital media use. Read more →
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March 23, 2020
STEM in PreK: Using Cat in the Hat Media Resources Guest blog by Tiffany Maxon and Elisa Garcia
Tiffany Maxon and Elisa Garcia, PhD, from EDC’s Center for Technology and SRI International, share their research findings from examining the impacts of the Cat in the Hat media resources. Read more to hear tips on how to extend the learning from these resources in your classroom! Read more →
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