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Broadening Participation in Computer Science Education

Sun, 10/01/2017

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Jennifer Stiles

This brief describes the importance of expanding access to computer science (CS) learning and details EDC’s work to ensure all students have high-quality CS educations.

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4pp.

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Mastery Motivation: Persistence and Problem Solving in Preschool

Sun, 10/01/2017

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This article, published in Teaching Young Children, explains ways to support mastery motivation (persistence at mastering challenging tasks or activities) in preschool. 

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Play Games, Learn Math! Explore Numbers and Counting with Dot Card and Finger Games

Sun, 10/01/2017

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This article, published in Teaching Young Children, is the first article in a series about math games and how they support preschooler math readiness.

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5pp.

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Cyberlearning Community Report: The State of Cyberlearning and the Future of Learning with Technology

Sun, 10/01/2017

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Wendy Martin, June Ahn, Jodi Asbell-Clarke, Matthew Berland, Catherine Chase, Noel Enyedy, Judith Fusco, Shari Gardner, Shuchi Grover, Erica Halverson, Kemi Jona, H. Chad Lane, Emma Mercier, Tom Moher, Amy Ogan, Nichole Pinkard, Joseph Polman, Jeremy Roschelle, Patricia Schank, Katie Headrick Taylor, Michelle Wilkerson, and Marcelo Worsley

This report highlights examples of integrating the latest innovations in learning science and computer science into new research designs and methods. The work is also driving the need for new learning sciences. This report describes six design themes emerging across multiple NSF-funded cyberlearning projects.

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86pp.

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Key Takeaways and Next Steps Graphic Recording

Tue, 09/19/2017

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Kit Irwin

This graphic recording captures the "Key Takeaways and Next Steps" discussion at EDC's Early Childhood: What's Next event on September 19, 2017. The session featured remarks by Titus Dosremdios (Strategies for Children), Samantha Dynowski (Connecticut Early Childhood Alliance), and Leanne Barrett (Rhode Island KIDS COUNT). Click here to view all of the materials from the September 19 event.

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Early Childhood Care and Education: A Prudent Investment

Sat, 08/19/2017

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Clare Irwin, Joanna Meyer, Michael Strambler, George Coleman

This article, published on Connecticut by the Numbers, provides a reseached-based perspective on the long-term positive effects of investment in early childhood programs on children's achievement, with a focus on state of Connecticut.

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Ellen Galinsky Keynote Graphic Recording

Tue, 09/19/2017

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Kit Irwin

This graphic recording captures Ellen Galinsky's remarks during a keynote presentation she gave at EDC's Early Childhood: What's Next event on September 19, 2017. During the keynote, she discussed the important role that early childhood experiences play in building the skills necessary for developing executive function. Click here to view all of the materials from the September 19 event.

Mind In The Making

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How We Count English Learners Makes a Difference

Fri, 09/01/2017

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REL Northeast & Islands

EDC's REL Northeast & Islands has published this infographic that depicts high school graduation outcomes from New York City Public Schools for students who were English learner students in grade 5 or 6.

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P-3 Community Partnerships Handout

Tue, 09/19/2017

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This handout is the companion piece to a presentation by David Jacobson that described the variety of new models for improving early learning and development across the prenatal through grade 3 (P–3) continuum. Jacobson gave the presentation at EDC's September 19, 2017 convening, "Early Childhood: What's Next?"  Click here to view all of the materials from the September 19 event.

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Commissioners' Panel on Early Childhood: "A View from the Top"

Tue, 09/19/2017

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Kit Irwin

This graphic recording shares key points made during a panel at EDC's Early Childhood: What's Next event. The panel featured three New England policymakers—Ken Wagner (Rhode Island Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education), Tom Weber (Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care), and David Wilkinson (Commissioner of the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood)—discussing priorities, successes, and future directions in early childhood education.

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