Alejandra Ros Pilarz, Ph.D. Assistant Professor | University of Wisconsin-Madison 2019 Mini-Grant Awardee Family engagement is considered a key component of preschool program quality, and early care and education teachers and programs are increasingly expected to engage families in their
DREME’s At-Home Early Math Learning Kit offers fun and easy ideas to help families explore math together in everyday life. Read more about the materials and download them at Stanford University’s DREME (Development and Research in Early Math Education) website.
CRECE is sponsoring a virtual screening of No Small Matter! Any time on Wednesday, April 29 & Thursday, April 30th Email Erica for the link: email@example.com. No Small Matter is the first feature documentary to explore the most overlooked, underestimated,
Request for proposals for research projects related to Early Childhood Education CRECE is soliciting proposals for research projects focused on education, opportunities, and well being of children ages birth through 8 years. Fundable projects could address the sites that serve
Grant Funds Teacher Training, Documenting and Evaluating the Growing School Madison, WI . . . Over the next five years, a team of early childhood educators and university evaluators, funded by a $1 million community impact grant from the Wisconsin
CRECE’s Beth Graue answers this question and more on two television newscasts. CRECE’s Beth Graue, featured on local Madison Channels 15 and 3, discusses transitions to school with special attention to kindergarten. She says the transition is one for both
Led by: Amy Claessens (Associate Director of CRECE) Where: Room 253, Educational Sciences (WCER) 1025 West Johnson Street Dr. Amy Claessens is an Associate Professor in Educational Policy Studies in the School
CRECE and ITP Present: Dr. Mimi Engel Understanding Elementary School Absences in Chicago Friday, September 20 12:00 – 1:30pm 259 Educational Sciences 1025 West Johnson Street Dr. Mimi Engel is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at the