Great places to wander recommended by the Museum Center for Learning:
By: The New York Times
October 08, 2014
Encourage young boys and girls to run, jump, squeal, hop and chase after each other or after erratically kicked balls, and you substantially improve their ability to think, according to the most ambitious study ever conducted of physical activity and cognitive performance in children.
By: The Hechinger Report
October 16, 2014
Mayor DeBlasio’s universal pre-K initiative has presented challenges to policy-makers and service providers in regard to finding funding, space, and teachers for the multitude of new classrooms opening across our city.
June 01, 2014
In an interview with All Things Considered, Hanna Rosin tells host Robert Siegel that she had long wondered why statistis show that today's parents both work more and spend more time with their children than previous generations.
By: David Kohn
May 16, 2015
Correcting a "profound misunderstanding of how children learn."
By: KQED Mind/Shift
October 27, 2014
How does a sunset work? We love to look at them, but Jolanda Blackwell wanted her 8th graders to really think about them, to wonder and question.
By: Kathy Hersh PasekDecember 02, 2014
Informative, inspiring, and enlightening, Einstein Never Used Flash Cards provides parens with the building blocks they need to discover their own parenting philosophy and develop effective parenting strategies.
By: Ellen GalinskyApril 20, 2010
Families and Work Institute President Ellen Galinsky (Ask the Children, The Six Stages of Parenthood) presents a book of groundbreaking advice based on the latest research on child development.
By: Karen KatzDecember 02, 2014
Seven-year-old Lena and her mother observe the variations in the color of their friends' skin, viewed in terms of foods and things found in nature.