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Lost Connections: Tech Use Among Young Kids in Silicon Valley

by Lisa Guernsey
March 7, 2018

This post was originally published on EdCentral. Even in Silicon Valley, the epicenter of online innovation, families with young children are experiencing a digital divide. Hispanic families in particular saying that they experience slower connections, more data limits, and more broken computers and devices than their white and Asian-Pacific Islander … 







Children and Families in the Digital Age: Learning Together in a Media Saturated Culture

by Elisabeth Gee,‎ Lori Takeuchi,‎ and Ellen Wartella (eds)
November 29, 2017

Children and Families in the Digital Age (Routledge Press)  offers a fresh, nuanced, and empirically-based perspective on how families are using digital media to enhance learning, routines, and relationships. Edited by Elisabeth Gee,‎ Lori Takeuchi,‎ and Ellen Wartella, the book is based on research conducted by the Families and Media Project (FAM), a … 







A Survey of Programs Using Digital-Age Approaches to Family Engagement & Early Learning

by Shayna Cook
October 18, 2017

Promoting early learning through the support and empowerment of families—especially those who are under-resourced—has become an imperative for education leaders nationwide. In 2014, New America published Envisioning a Digital Age Architecture for Early Education to help leaders visualize success in this media-infused environment. Since then, New America and the Joan Ganz Cooney Center … 







Opportunity for All? Technology and Learning in Lower-Income Families

by Victoria Rideout and Vikki Katz
February 3, 2016

Recent research on digital media use points to two important gaps in educational opportunity for low-income families with young children. First, there is an access gap. Second, there is what scholars refer to as a participation gap, in which digital resources are not well guided or supported to ensure educational … 







Parents! Please Take Our Survey About Games and Family Life

by Kristen Kohm
February 2, 2016

Are you the parent or guardian of a child between 4 and 13 years of age?  Does your child play video games?  If so, you are eligible to take a survey about digital games and family life by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop.  Parents who complete the … 







Four Surprises in Scholastic’s National Survey of Children’s Reading

by Lisa Guernsey
January 13, 2015

Last week Scholastic released the Kids and Family Reading Report,  its annual survey of children’s reading, and some of the results run counter to conventional wisdom about how much children love electronic books and desire independence. The responses provide hints of nostalgia for cuddling up on the couch turning pages … 







The Families and Media Project

by Administrator
September 23, 2013

The Families and Media Project (FAM) aims to unearth the potential that media may have for enriching family learning and routines. To accomplish these aims, members of the Families and Media Research Consortium have conducted a series of studies that link large-scale data with in-depth illustrations. Findings are translated for … 







Parenting in the Age of Digital Technology

by Alexis R. Lauricella
June 6, 2013

On Tuesday, June 4, the Center on Media and Human Development Northwestern University released Parenting in a Digital Age: A National Survey. Alexis Lauricella, one of the report's co-authors, shares some of the findings here. 

Swipe, tap, flick and read?

February 15, 2012

 This post was originally submitted to Edutopia and is reprinted with their permission. Mixed reactions to children’s e-books and the digitization of story time The news media and blogosphere were abuzz last month with the news that Apple is “reinventing the textbook” through the introduction of digital textbooks available for the … 







Take our SURVEY!

by Cooney Center Team
July 23, 2010

Please take our ultra-quick SURVEY and tell us what you think of our new site! This is YOUR community. Does it serve your needs? What else would you like to see? With thanks, the Cooney Center team