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  • Predictors of Early School Performance for Kindergarteners with Disabilities - Erikson Institute
    S in Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Bilingual ESL Endorsement M S in Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Early Childhood Special Education Letter of Approval m s in early childhood education online online m s faq M S in Early Childhood Education with Bilingual ESL Specialization Online how it works certificate programs online bilingual esl certificate gainful employment infant mental health certificate gainful employment Scholarship opportunity Child Parent Psychotherapy Seminar infant specialist certificate gainful employment infant specialist courses online ph d program past dissertations doctoral faculty current students admission apply visit us Visiting a class Admission information sessions Graduate fairs requirements international students financial aid tuition fees cost of attendance grants scholarships fellowships student loans payment plans applying for aid student services writing program computers technology housing transportation health insurance registration and records academic policies enrollment and degree verifications name and address changes transcript request forms immunization u pass library online offerings online advantages how it works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Clinical Assistant Professor Pamela Epley recently published findings based on data from the Kansas Kindergarten Readiness study a statewide study that examined influencing factors of early school performance for kindergarteners Professor Epley s research study focused on kindergarten readiness for young children with disabilities specifically examining the relationship between the involvement of parents and early childhood special education services in everyday learning activities and the academic and social behavioral skills of children with disabilities at the beginning of kindergarten Findings related to

    Original URL path: http://www.erikson.edu/research/predictors-of-early-school-performance-for-kindergarteners-with-disabilities/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Preschool for All: Evaluation of Programs for Children Ages 3-5 - Erikson Institute
    bilingual esl certificate gainful employment infant mental health certificate gainful employment Scholarship opportunity Child Parent Psychotherapy Seminar infant specialist certificate gainful employment infant specialist courses online ph d program past dissertations doctoral faculty current students admission apply visit us Visiting a class Admission information sessions Graduate fairs requirements international students financial aid tuition fees cost of attendance grants scholarships fellowships student loans payment plans applying for aid student services writing program computers technology housing transportation health insurance registration and records academic policies enrollment and degree verifications name and address changes transcript request forms immunization u pass library online offerings online advantages how it works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Jana Fleming 2012 Working with SRI International Erikson conducted an evaluation of the Illinois State Board of Education ISBE Preschool for All programs beginning in the fall of 2008 The study aimed to provide a picture of the school readiness outcomes of children attending PFA programs the characteristics and quality of the programs and the characteristics of the children and families being served Researchers used a variety of measures to assess program quality and effect on students developmental and academic outcomes using measures such as observational scales direct assessments of children s language and math competency and teacher program administrator and parent surveys Over 500 programs returned surveys about their programs and practices and over 100 programs and nearly 700 children participated in the more in depth component of the study The study found that PFA programs significantly improved

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  • Preschool Inputs and Children's Outcomes - Erikson Institute
    with Special Needs Specialization M S in Child Development with Family Services Specialization M S in Child Development with Infancy Specialization M S in Child Development with Infancy Administration Specialization master of social work m s w accreditation m s in early childhood education leading to teaching license M S in Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Bilingual ESL Endorsement M S in Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Early Childhood Special Education Letter of Approval m s in early childhood education online online m s faq M S in Early Childhood Education with Bilingual ESL Specialization Online how it works certificate programs online bilingual esl certificate gainful employment infant mental health certificate gainful employment Scholarship opportunity Child Parent Psychotherapy Seminar infant specialist certificate gainful employment infant specialist courses online ph d program past dissertations doctoral faculty current students admission apply visit us Visiting a class Admission information sessions Graduate fairs requirements international students financial aid tuition fees cost of attendance grants scholarships fellowships student loans payment plans applying for aid student services writing program computers technology housing transportation health insurance registration and records academic policies enrollment and degree verifications name and address changes transcript request forms immunization u pass library online offerings online advantages how it works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Jolynne Andal 2010 Research associate Jolynne Andal collaborated with the National Institute for Early Education Research NIEER on a study to determine the comparative effectiveness of three program inputs in improving Chicago Public

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  • Urban Children's Literature Project - Erikson Institute
    Teaching License Early Childhood Special Education Letter of Approval m s in early childhood education online online m s faq M S in Early Childhood Education with Bilingual ESL Specialization Online how it works certificate programs online bilingual esl certificate gainful employment infant mental health certificate gainful employment Scholarship opportunity Child Parent Psychotherapy Seminar infant specialist certificate gainful employment infant specialist courses online ph d program past dissertations doctoral faculty current students admission apply visit us Visiting a class Admission information sessions Graduate fairs requirements international students financial aid tuition fees cost of attendance grants scholarships fellowships student loans payment plans applying for aid student services writing program computers technology housing transportation health insurance registration and records academic policies enrollment and degree verifications name and address changes transcript request forms immunization u pass library online offerings online advantages how it works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Assistant Professor Jane Fleming is studying the impact of urban children s literature on the reading development of children in city schools Research shows that beginning readers use their background knowledge and familiar experiences to relate to texts recognize words and understand stories Seeing oneself represented in the characters authors and illustrators may be a key to engaging students in learning and experiencing school success But getting access to high quality children s books that reflect urban public school students experiences can be difficult While much has been published in the way of multicultural children s literature finding picture books and other

    Original URL path: http://www.erikson.edu/research/urban-childrens-literature-project/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Media Touchpoints: A New Framework for the Creation, Selection, and Use of Children’s Media - Erikson Institute
    M S in Child Development with Infancy Specialization M S in Child Development with Infancy Administration Specialization master of social work m s w accreditation m s in early childhood education leading to teaching license M S in Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Bilingual ESL Endorsement M S in Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Early Childhood Special Education Letter of Approval m s in early childhood education online online m s faq M S in Early Childhood Education with Bilingual ESL Specialization Online how it works certificate programs online bilingual esl certificate gainful employment infant mental health certificate gainful employment Scholarship opportunity Child Parent Psychotherapy Seminar infant specialist certificate gainful employment infant specialist courses online ph d program past dissertations doctoral faculty current students admission apply visit us Visiting a class Admission information sessions Graduate fairs requirements international students financial aid tuition fees cost of attendance grants scholarships fellowships student loans payment plans applying for aid student services writing program computers technology housing transportation health insurance registration and records academic policies enrollment and degree verifications name and address changes transcript request forms immunization u pass library online offerings online advantages how it works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Michael Robb Michael Levine David Kleman Ellen Wartella Chip Donohue 2011 Erikson faculty and staff presented on topics ranging from children and technology to teaching practice at the National Association for the Education of Young Children NAEYC annual conference in Orlando Florida November 2 5 2011

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  • Erikson’s Annual Luncheon - Erikson Institute
    employment infant specialist courses online ph d program past dissertations doctoral faculty current students admission apply visit us Visiting a class Admission information sessions Graduate fairs requirements international students financial aid tuition fees cost of attendance grants scholarships fellowships student loans payment plans applying for aid student services writing program computers technology housing transportation health insurance registration and records academic policies enrollment and degree verifications name and address changes transcript request forms immunization u pass library online offerings online advantages how it works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Join us at our second annual luncheon as we work to place children first in our homes schools and communities Event details Spirit of Erikson Institute Award honoree Carol Brunson Day M Ed 69 Ph D Erikson alumna Board President National Association for the Education of Young Children Keynote speaker Richard J Davidson Ph D Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry University of Wisconsin Madison Luncheon chairs Sabrina Gracias Cari Sacks and Sandy Sterling Time and place Wednesday October 28 2015 Registration 11 30 a m Lunch and program 12 00 p m Chicago Hilton and Towers 720 South Michigan Avenue Chicago Valet parking available Business attire Event hashtag ChildrenAtTheForefront You can still make a difference Erikson at the Forefront Investing in early childhood isn t a should it s a must Children in Chicago and around the country face many challenges from high rates of poverty to starting school already behind Watch how Erikson is leading the way to a

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  • Alumni survey results highlight value of Erikson education - Erikson Institute
    their families Summary of findings Click to enlarge Alumni are very positive about the influence of their Erikson education on their careers They were also very positive about Erikson s influence on their knowledge and practice competencies agreeing with statements including Erikson taught me about child development Erikson improved the quality of my work with children and Erikson improved the quality of my work with parents families Erikson was worth the investment In response to this broad statement the average rating was 4 54 on a 5 point scale with 5 meaning strongly agree Only 2 6 disagreed Erikson had a huge impact on my career Read alumni s unedited responses to How would you describe Erikson s impact on your career PDF 28pg A high proportion of Erikson alumni continue to work in the field Seventy percent of alumni continue to work full or part time in the early childhood field Seven percent have retired from the field and 1 5 are actively seeking work in the field Seventeen percent are working in another occupation Ninety percent of those working in the field intend to continue doing so Their service to the field is characterized by its longevity Fifty seven percent have worked in the field more than 10 years 21 have worked 6 10 years and 22 have worked 1 5 years Click to enlarge They work in a wide variety of organizations Taken together 46 of all alumni are working in the broad field of education from preschool through college or university levels The other half are divided among child care early intervention hospital and health services social services and other which includes government cultural institutions and research advocacy or policy organizations They serve an estimated 250 000 individuals and families and 6 000 organizations over the course of a year Most alumni serve more than one group of constituents Half of the people served are children the other half are parents caregivers families practitioners and other adults Not quite a third are also serving organizations further broadening their impact Click to enlarge The populations they serve are socially and economically diverse Two thirds of the people they serve are persons of color Two thirds live in urban areas Fifty seven percent are low income that is eligible for public housing food stamps school lunch program and similar indicators 77 of those working in the field express overall satisfaction with their current job 11 were dissatisfied and the remaining respondents were neutral Alumni were asked which dimensions of their jobs were most important to them and which gave them the most satisfaction In general dimensions of their jobs that were most important to alumni were also those with which they were most satisfied Their responses are summarized in two tables below in descending order of satisfaction The table below lists the factors with which 75 or more were satisfied Four of the factors most important to alumni also showed the highest levels of satisfaction the work itself

    Original URL path: http://www.erikson.edu/news/alumni-survey-results-highlight-value-of-erikson-education/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Job placement data for previous years - Erikson Institute
    tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts prospective students the erikson experience why child development why erikson reflective practice campus community diversity The Erikson experience careers potential careers student profiles alumni profiles Linda Cusack 05 Bela Moté 99 Julissa Banzon M S 03 Judith Bertacchi 71 Jeanna Capito 01 FAQ contact us Back to Careers page Erikson graduates enjoy a high job placement rate See below for data from previous years 2013 job placement data Of the 72 master s degree students who graduated in 2013 92 of those seeking employment 49 of 53 were working in the field six months following graduation Most of the remaining graduates were pursuing additional degrees Four were not seeking employment Four did not respond to our request for information or were not employed in the field 2013 graduates Working in the field Continuing education Not seeking employment Unknown Not in field M S in Child Development 38 31 1 2 4 No specialization 22 18 0 2 2 Administration 5 3 1 0 1 Child life 2 1 0 0 1 Family services 1 1 0 0 0 Infancy 8 8 0 0 0 Dual Degree M S M S W 14 0 14 0 0 M S in Early Childhood Education 15 13 0 2 0 M S in Early Childhood Education Type 04 5 5 0 0 0 Total 72 49 15 4 4 Percentage 68 20 8 5 5 5 5 Accurate as of February 2014 2013 graduates with M S from Erikson still pursuing M S W from Loyola Update on 2012 graduates Of the 23 child development graduates who continued in Loyola s M S W program 20 graduated with the M S W Eighteen are employed within six months of completing the M S W Two are continuing in school 2012 job placement data Of the 85 master s degree students who graduated in 2012 94 of those seeking employment 58 of 62 were working in the field six months following graduation Most of the remaining graduates were pursuing additional degrees A small number were not seeking employment Four did not respond to our request for information or were not employed in the field 2012 graduates Working in the field Continuing education Not seeking employment Unknown Not in field M S in Child Development 37 29 3 3 0 No specialization 10 8 1 1 0 Administration 7 5 0 1 0 Child life 7 5 0 1 0 Infancy 13 11 2 0 0 Dual Degree M S M S W 23 6 17 0 0 M S in Early Childhood Education 10 10 0 0 0 M S in Early Childhood Education Type 04 15 13 0

    Original URL path: http://www.erikson.edu/prospective-students/careers/job-placement-data-for-previous-years/ (2016-02-15)
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