CCT director Shelley Pasnik joined other EDC experts at the White House as an invited presenter at the Expanding Computing Education Pathways Summit.
CCT has been selected by the Library of Congress to be its research collaborator for the Teaching with Primary Sources program, which helps teachers use the Library's collection of digitized primary source materials in their classrooms.
CCT research scientist Naomi Hupert will lead a symposium on "Designing Educational Games for Early Learners" at the upcoming Games+Learning+Society Conference.
CCT researchers James Diamond and Pilar Gonzalez are co-authors of a chapter on digital badges for teacher PD in the new book, Foundation of Digital Badges and Micro-Credentials.
Shelley Pasnik, EDC vice president and director of CCT, will be a featured speaker at a panel on "Fostering Stem Trajectories: Bridging ECE Research, Practice, & Policy," a forum hosted by New America and the Joan Ganz Cooney Center, in Washington, DC, on May 31.
EDC vice president and CCT director Shelley Pasnik presents our Ready To Learn research at the U.S. Dept. of Ed. today, then attends a reception for the Congressional PreK Caucus.
This week's "Early Learning at Ed" newsletter features new reports about the impact of the Ready To Learn Program.
We and our SRI colleagues have published a new article in the 10-year commemorative issue of the Journal of Children and Media.
A new report from PBS Education features our 2015 PBS LearningMedia impact study.
A new Voting Rights lesson has been added to the free Zoom In American History teaching tool, just in time for Black History Month.
Our free, interactive Web-based platform for teaching U.S. history gets a stellar review from Graphite.
An article by Savitha Moorthy on the SRI International blog examines how digital media and technology can be used to support young children's learning and development.
Researchers on the latest Ready To Learn transmedia study found that texting was a useful tool for engaging and retaining family participants.
We are mourning the loss of our longtime colleague, Jeffrey Nelson.
Dr. Babette Moeller and Michelle Cerrone are co-authors of a paper in a special issue of Bank Street’s Occasional Paper Series.
CCT Director Shelley Pasnik will be a featured panelist at the National Educational Telecommunications Association conference this week in Tampa Bay, FL.
In honor of National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week, CCT's Noah Goodman has posted an article about his work with TV411.org, the website of the public television program for adult literacy.
CCT is pleased to be able to continue our work on the Ready To Learn Initiative, thanks to a new 5-year grant to CPB and PBS from the U.S. Dept. of Education's Office of Innovation and Improvement.
CCT researcher Naomi Hupert is quoted in an LA Times story on the increasing competition among streaming services for young audiences.
The National Endowment for the Humanities has funded a new interactive digital history game in WNET's award-winning Mission US series.