Advances in research in the science of child development and underlying neurobiology can be used to inform policy and practice. The Harvard Center on the Developing Child has produced a list of eight things to remember about child development. Here are the first four: To see the whole list, click 8 Things to Remember about… Read more
When do parents expect that children can control their emotions? When do parents think that children are able to share and take turns? Is what they expect realistic? Zero to Three’s survey of American parents reveals there’s a gap between what parents expect and what children are developmentally able to do. (Click the images for… Read more
KidCareCanada has created a series of supportive videos for parents of infants on a wide range of topics on child development and parenting. The videos are captioned in a number of languages. Here’s a sample. For practitioners who work with parents of babies, there are learning guides to help you use the videos with parents…. Read more
Are you looking for the latest information on the science of child development? The Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences (I-LABS) at the University of Washington has developed a library of free online training modules, offering up to date information in an accessible format. Each of the ten modules takes 20 – 25 minutes to… Read more
In this short video, Dr. Kimberly Schonert-Reichl, director of the Human Early Learning Partnership, gives a concise introduction to some of the recent research on social and emotional fitness.