In Life Hacks for Emotional Intelligence and Well-Being, Shauna helps students explore happiness, but also the value of other emotions.
The early years are crucial for the development of a secure emotional attachment and the skills that help children succeed in life.
Kudos to Associate Professor Shannon Lipscomb, who was featured in The Bulletin for her work in developing a training program to help preschool and child care providers better deal with children who have been affected by trauma and adverse events.
The sixth annual Oregon Parenting Educators Conference and Training Institute will be held May 19-20 at LaSells Stewart Center and CH2M Hill Alumni Center on the Oregon State University campus. The conference, hosted by the Hallie E. Ford Center for Healthy Children and Families and the Oregon Parenting Education Collaborative (OPEC), is designed with parenting educators in mind and provides an […]
“This study underscores the importance of a high quality recess experience for children,” says William Massey.
The course – Red Light, Purple Light: A Self-Regulation Intervention Program – incorporates a series of evidence-based music- and movement-based games that can be used to promote young children’s self-regulation at home and at school.