Tag Archives: children

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Children’s Media Conference

by Sam Zelitch
July 2, 2014

The Children’s Media Conference 2014 is intended for anyone involved in developing, producing and distributing content for kids in the UK. Join 900+ delegates from children’s TV, interactive media, games, licensing, toys, radio, book and magazine publishing, arts, culture and film – in Sheffield from 2-4 July. For more information, … 







Developing Responsible, Caring, and Balanced Youth Conference

by Allison Mishkin
March 8, 2013

This conference focuses on preparing children to be caring people, ethical workers, and engaged citizens today and in the future amidst the rise of new devices. Hosted by Project Zero, an educational research group at Harvard, the conference invites educators, parents, administrators, and policy makers for exciting discussions and demos … 







Kids@Play Summit at CES

by Administrator
January 8, 2013

The annual Kids@Play Summit for industry professionals in related fields will meet at the Consumer Electronics Show this January at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The summit will include three exhibit days as well as a conference on January 9, 2013, which features several experts in the field of digital … 







National Association for the Education of Young Children Conference

by Administrator
November 7, 2012

The NAEYC Annual Conference & Expo invites teachers, researchers, administrators and anyone involved in early childhood education for a unique professional development opportunity. The conference exposes attendees to the latest research and best practices in early childhood education and offers a comprehensive networking experience. This year’s conference will focus on … 







National Association for the Education of Young Children Conference

by Allison Mishkin
October 7, 2012

The NAEYC Annual Conference & Expo invites teachers, researchers, administrators and anyone involved in early childhood education for a unique professional development opportunity. The conference exposes attendees to the latest research and best practices in early childhood education and offers a comprehensive networking experience. This year’s conference will focus on … 







Aspen Institute Children’s Forum

by Allison Mishkin
July 22, 2012

The Aspen Institute forum on Children’s Health and Well-being welcomes selected philanthropists, scientists, policy-makers and healthcare practitioners for a policy discussion to advance research and create policies designed to put children first. For more information please visit http://www.aspeninstitute.org/events/2012/07/22/aspen-institute-childrens-forum-investing-childrens-health-well-being







Report from the Annenberg Public Policy Conference

by Allison Mishkin
April 18, 2012

Last week I had the chance to head back to my home turf to attend the “Media and the Well-Being of Children and Adolescents” conference at the Annenberg Public Policy Center (APPC) at the University of Pennsylvania.  The conference was organized, hosted, and moderated by Dr. Amy Jordan, director of … 







Heads-Up, Media Producers: Families Still Matter Most in a Digital Age

by Michael H. Levine, Ph.D.
June 7, 2011

This piece originally appeared in the Huffington Post.   On Tuesday, June 7, the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop will present a report at the E 3 Expo in Los Angeles that may surprise media designers and cause policymakers to step back from their current concerns about kids’ … 







Looking Back to Move Ahead: Some Reflections on 2010

by Michael H. Levine, PhD
December 22, 2010

This past year has been a difficult one for many families, especially for the nation’s most vulnerable children. By some estimates, nearly half of all young children in the U.S. are at risk of falling into poverty should their parents face more economic stress. And the litany of disturbing statistics … 







NEW REPORT: Learning: Is there an app for that?

by Cooney Center Team
November 7, 2010

The Cooney Center is thrilled to announce our newest report! A mobile media revolution that is changing the lives of adults, and now children of all ages, is under way across the globe. This report focuses on how new forms of digital media are influencing very young children and their …