The Early Childhood Technology (ECT) Graduate Certificate Program will be at MassCue. Program Manager, Angie Kalthoff, will present with Jason Innes, Director of Training and Curriculum Ideal Audience from Kinderlab Robotics. In a hands-on session, participants will learn the 6 key benefits of using robotics with their young learners.
This month, Outreach Coordinator Nick Woolf interviewed former Master’s student Christina Zagarino. A children's media producer and researcher, Christina has worked in a variety of different roles and industries -- from consulting to media to her current position as a User Experience Researcher at Google.
Angie Kalthoff is the new program manager for Tufts’ Early Childhood Technology (ECT) graduate certificate program. Previously, she was a Technology Integrationist in the St.Cloud Area School District 742 in Minnesota. She has taught in St.Cloud since 2008.
Each month, our Outreach Team highlights an alumnus of Eliot-Pearson who is excelling in their professional endeavors post-Tufts while continuing to spread the department’s mission. This month, Angie Kalthoff — Program Manager for the Early Childhood Technology (ECT) Graduate Certificate Program — spoke with recent ECT graduate Heather Lee to hear about how she’s applying lessons learned from the certificate program to her current work.
With expertise in children's play, spiritual/religious development, and adolescent's development as earth stewards, Professor Scarlett recently published the inaugural edition of a new online magazine: Tomorrow's Earth Stewards. Read on to learn more about Professor Scarlett's background and the origins of this new publication.
Each month, our Outreach Team highlights an alumnus of Eliot-Pearson who is excelling in their professional career post-Tufts while continuing to maintain and spread the department’s mission. This month, Outreach Coordinator Nick Woolf interviewed former Master’s and Ph.D. student Amanda Alzena Sullivan,… Read More »Amanda Sullivan on Her Path at E-P and Publishing Her First Book
Each month, the Eliot-Pearson Outreach Team highlights a current student who is innovating to positively advance E-P's mission while excelling in their studies at Tufts. This month, Outreach Coordinator Nick Woolf interviewed Ph.D. candidate Chavesco "Chevy" Cook to learn more about his time at E-P and his new non-profit, Military Mentors.
E-P Faculty Call for Reinstatement of Deferred Action Policy for Immigrants with Critically Sick Children
Sometimes during these late days of summer, we choose not to pay much attention to the news. School is starting, and everyone’s moving around Labor… Read More »E-P Faculty Call for Reinstatement of Deferred Action Policy for Immigrants with Critically Sick Children