Our workshops, seminars and key events help researchers, practitioners and families enhance their skills to support young children by:
- Offering valuable early childhood professional development experiences;
- Providing opportunities for the Ohio State community to learn about topics related to children’s learning;
- Bringing renowned speakers and experts together to discuss matters related to children’s well-being.
View our recent presentations below:
Lunch & Learn Colloquia
Research-based presentations held monthly on Wednesdays in the College Commons, 260 Ramseyer Hall, 29 W. Woodruff Ave, from 12 – 1 p.m.
The Effect of Universal Early Childhood Education on Parental Time Use
Katie Vinopal, Assistant Professor, John Glenn College of Public Affairs
Toy Hacking for Children with Special Needs
Rachel Louis Kajifez, Assistant Professor, College of Engineering
Connecting Early Childhood Mathematics with Fairness and Social Justice Using Video and Apps
Theodore Chao, Assistant Professor, College of Education and Human Ecology
Memory Traces for Lost Childhood Language in Adoptees
Ludmila Isurin, Associate Professor, College of Arts & Sciences