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- What Does Children’s “Obsession” With Technology Tell Us About What They Really Need?
- For Infants and Toddlers in the Digital Age: Time with Adults Still Matters Most
- How To Use Digital Media with Young Children
- How Some Digital Media May Actually Help Children Learn to Focus
- Helping Young Children Develop a Healthy Media Diet
Today’s technology may be meeting some of the same childhood needs as those of earlier generations.
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…
An early childhood educator is creating an app he’s always wished existed—one that will allow young children to narrate their own drawings on screen.
Balancing cognitive skill building with time for free play and exploration can be tricky in modern-day kindergarten classrooms. But experts say the two don’t have to be at odds.
What’s the most cost-effective way to prepare toddlers for school? Turns out it might involve texting parents. A new study by Stanford researchers confirms what early studies were showing: Texting parents early childhood learning tips and reminders boosts preschoolers’ literacy skills. And it costs approximately $1 per family.
Research shows that young children have trouble understanding prosocial narratives when they’re on TV. Will touchscreen technology be any different?