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Celebrating High Chair Philosophers

by Administrator
June 22, 2017

What do sippy cups have to do with STEM learning? Definitely more than you might think, says Elisabeth McClure, recent Cooney Center fellow and lead author of STEM Starts Early, a 2017 report produced by New America and the Cooney Center. Every day, early learners lay groundwork for more advanced science, technology, engineering, and … 







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Publications

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How to Bring Family Engagement and Early Learning into the Digital Age

by Lisa Guernsey and Michael H. Levine

Imagine these everyday scenes: A father and his two-year-old are in their library’s bookmobile, checking out electronic and print picture books they just enjoyed at story time. Kindergartners select photos and drawings for their school’s annual multimedia slideshow. A grandmother and teacher share a laptop, clicking on videos that demonstrate … 







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The App Fairy Podcast

The Joan Ganz Cooney Center is a proud to support the App Fairy, an original podcast featuring meet-the-author style interviews with top-quality children’s app makers. Created and hosted by children’s librarian Carissa Christner of the Madison Public Library, each App Fairy episode includes behind-the-scenes details about the app development process and research-based tips for using … 







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Events

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National Summer Learning Association National Conference

23 - 25 Oct 2017 | Phoenix, AZ

Research confirms summer as one of the most inequitable times of the year for millions of young people in America and this year’s theme, We’ve Got the Power!, captures the critical work underway to change that. We’ve Got the Power! calls upon our collective will and the leadership of legions … 







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