TEC Center’s director featured in EdWeek Market Brief
TEC Center's director, Chip Donohue discusses importance of relationship-focused technology design in this EdWeek Market Brief interview by Michele Molnar. Read more →
November 29, 2017
The S+T in STEM: Place-Based Experiential Learning
TEC Center connects the S & T in STEM with Place-Based Learning with this downloadable idea book which includes apps, websites, tangible tech, and more! Read more →
November 17, 2017
TEC Center’s associate director featured in PBS NewsHour Media Literacy Story
TEC Center's associate director, Tamara Kaldor shares the importance of family-focused approach to media literacy in this PBS NewsHour story on media literacy and NAMLE's executive director. Read more →
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November 6, 2017
Media Literacy in Early Childhood: A Critical Conversation
Report on Media Literacy in Early Childhood: A Critical Conversation, from a symposium at Erikson Institute on June 26, 2017 hosted by Erikson’s Technology in Early Childhood (TEC) Center Read more →
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November 3, 2017
The Hechinger Report features Chip Donohue
Chip Donohue, PhD and director of the TEC Center, is featured in the The Hechinger Report article, “Online programs are filling a preschool gap. Experts warn it’s no substitute for face-to-face learning” written by Jackie Mader published by PBSNewsHour and Washington Monthly. I’m concerned about kids spending Read more →