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Learn ways to support children’s musical development and learning during the first years of life. We’ll review the development of specific musical behaviors in early childhood (e.g., listening, singing, moving to music, notating, and playing simple instruments), engage in activities that are appropriate for young children, and discuss their value in children’s lives Our Ohio Approved practitioner workshops are held at the Schoenbaum Family Center, 175 East 7th Avenue, in Columbus. Fee $30. No refunds. Register.Find out more »
Testing strategies to increase caregiver-child reading in the home: An implementation-science approach.
Join Dr. Laura Justice, Executive Director, Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy and Schoenbaum Family Center, as she discusses her research focused on "Testing strategies to increase caregiver-child reading in the home: An implementation-science approach." Our monthly Crane Research Forums are held in 260 Ramseyer Hall, College Commons, 29 W. Woodruff Avenue on the Ohio State Columbus campus. Lunch is included. Register.Find out more »
Have you ever wanted to use secondary data sources to explore questions but were unsure of where to start? This researcher focused workshop will introduce you to the initial steps in secondary data analysis including how to find data, what to do once you have it, and how to make sense of it. Opportunities and pitfalls will be discussed. Facilitated by Abel J. Koury PhD, Crane Center Senior Research Associate. Researcher workshops take place at Schoenbaum Family Center, 175 East…Find out more »
Explore the concepts of toxic, tolerable and positive stress. Discuss the impact of toxic stress on the brain and body of both children and adults and discuss ways that teachers can support children in the classroom as they experience different types of stressors. Learn the importance of self-care to teachers’ healthy social emotional development and job satisfaction. Our Ohio Approved practitioner workshops are held at the Schoenbaum Family Center, 175 East 7th Avenue, in Columbus. Fee $30. No Refunds. Register.Find out more »
Join us for our Spring Distinguished Speaker Series as we welcome Dr. Roberta Golinkoff and her presentation, "The Magic and Mystery of Language in the First Three Years of Life." Dr. Golinkoff is the Unidel H. Rodney Sharp Professor of Education, Psychological and Brain Sciences, and Linguistics and Cognitive Science at the University of Delaware. She founded and directs the Child's Play, Learning, and Development laboratory whose goal it is to understand how children tackle the amazing feat of learning language and much…Find out more »