As students return to in-person learning, parents and educators face many unanswered questions. CPHHS researchers discussed the challenges students may face in a recent webcast.
Family researchers discuss how environmental health can affect a child’s development physically and emotionally.
The early years are crucial for the development of a secure emotional attachment and the skills that help children succeed in life.
Megan McClelland joined CPHHS Dean Javier Nieto for a six-day visit to the Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS) at the American University of Beirut (AUB).
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.
Adding a daily 20 to 30 minute self-regulation intervention to a kindergarten readiness program significantly boosted children’s self-regulation and early academic skills, College of Public Health and Human Sciences researcher Megan McClelland has found.