On September 20 ICS hosted “Childhood, Unplugged” in at the Children’s Museum in Denver. An expert panel discussed technology and hands-on learning’s impact on child development. Visit our event page.
Moderator: Keller Anne Ruble, ICS
Dr. Yuko Munakata, University of Colorado, Boulder
Sarah Konradi, National Wildlife Federation
Mary Mackenzie, ICS
Justin Svingen, Public Health Madison and Dane County (Wisconsin)
Closing remark: Mary Garvey, ICS
On September 20 ICS hosted “Childhood, Unplugged” in at the Children’s Museum in Denver, focused on how technology and hands-on learning’s impact child development. We are pleased to share this highlight video of an engaging day of learning! Visit our event page for more information.
Through policy research, leadership development, knowledge sharing, and advisory services, the Institute for Child Success relentlessly pursues its vision: the success and wellbeing of all young children.
In 2014 ICS partnered with design and marketing firm Ferebee Lane + Co. to explore the experiences of low-income mothers, their children, and opportunities for design. Small Steps is our film documenting that experience.
ICS Senior Fellow Janice Gruendel and Allison Logan of Bridgeport Prospers in Connecticut served as keynote speakers at the Creativity Connects: Arts in Early Learning event in Denver. The Creativity Connects series brings together community leaders in five diverse cities to spark a dialogue about early learning through the arts. We are pleased to share a video of the morning’s event – skip ahead to minute mark 28.