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Fred Rogers taught that small, ordinary moments can have great impact.
When studying media for early learning, researchers must keep equity at the forefront, says Shelley Pasnik.
The Rogers Center’s Michael Robb takes a look at what we know from the research about infants and media…
A new book brings together 25 thought leaders who work at the intersection of child development, early learning, and children’s media.
As screens get bigger and news more intense, parents and caregivers need to do a better job of turning off the TV and helping young children cope with scary or anxious feelings.
Young children learn best by interacting in tactile ways with the world around them. Now technology can be tactile too.
Developmental psychologists say imaginary play helps young children develop important skills such as empathy and abstract thinking. Here's how you can foster more pretend play in your classroom.