Resources

At the Fred Rogers Institute, we love the opportunity to share what we learn from the life and legacy of Fred Rogers. Our resources are developed from research into our Archive, and are created to ask new questions and continue to bring Fred’s work into our lives today with children. Take a look around, there is something for everyone!

Relationships in the Presence of Technology: For Families

Relationships in the Presence of Technology: For Families

Caregivers often wonder how to use and balance technology with their children. Here are some ideas to consider with your family as you navigate what technology looks like in your home.

Carrying Fred Rogers' Message Forward in the Digital Age

Carrying Fred Rogers' Message Forward in the Digital Age

Highlights from the report "Technology and Interactive Media for Young Children: A Whole Child Approach Connecting the Vision of Fred Rogers with Research and Practice," issued by the Fred Rogers Institute and the Technology in Early Childhood Center (TEC) at Erikson Institute.

Relationships in the Presence of Technology: For Educators

Relationships in the Presence of Technology: For Educators

Educators often wonder how to navigate the many demands of using technology in their classroom. Here are some ideas to consider as you incorporate technology in your classroom.

Technology and Interactive Media for Young Children

Technology and Interactive Media for Young Children

Report synthesizing the discussion, research, and practice around technology and media for young children and aligning it to Fred Rogers' ideas about how television could encourage and support whole child development.

Thinking about Technology in the Classroom

Thinking about Technology in the Classroom

What are educators thinking about when it comes to technology in the classroom? With the support of the Grable Foundation, the Fred Rogers Institute spent two years learning from educators about what technology means to them.

Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children from Birth through Age 8

Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children from Birth through Age 8

A joint position statement, adopted in January 2012, of the National Association for the Education of Young Children and the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children's Media at Saint Vincent College, intended to provide guidance to those working in early childhood education programs.

Key Messages of the NAEYC/Fred Rogers Center Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media in Early Childhood Programs

Key Messages of the NAEYC/Fred Rogers Center Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media in Early Childhood Programs

A summary of key highlights from the 2012 joint position statement from NAEYC and the Fred Rogers Institute on technology and interactive media in early childhood programs.

Using Technology in the Classroom

Using Technology in the Classroom

How are educators using technology in the classroom? With the support of the Grable Foundation, the Fred Rogers Institute spent two years learning from educators about what technology means to them.

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