The Schoenbaum Family Center and Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy Summer Institute offers high-quality professional development for early childhood educators, administrators, social workers and clinicians who work with children at-risk or suffering from adverse childhood experiences. The conference features keynote speakers and breakout sessions emphasizing strategies to promote resilience in young children by fostering protective factors that can buffer the negative effects of poverty, stress, and trauma in early childhood.
Learn strategies to understand the underlying cause of biting that will help you develop an effective response at home and in child care settings. Our brown bag workshops highlight successful ways families can tackle physical, behavioral and wellness issues for their children birth through age six. Free sessions are held from 12:30-1:30 p.m. at Schoenbaum Family Center.
Join the Crane Center for Early Child Research and Policy for its latest Lunch and Learn Colloquia as Tzu-Jung Lin, assistant professor of educational studies, discusses her latest research; Early Adolescents' Reasoning and Peer Interaction: A Social-Cognitive Perspective.
Dr. Lin studies learning and development through social interaction with peers and teachers, and instructional approaches that promote better classroom learning. She also studies cognitive and social dynamics of classroom learning.
Learn key principles of the Reggio Emilia Approach to Education and the practical application of these concepts within the context of early childhood classrooms and Ohio’s Early Learning and Development Standards. This Ohio-approved practitioner workshop is held at the Schoenbaum Family Center.
Learn the underlying causes of behavioral challenges and strategies for managing problematic behavior including how and when to use positive reinforcement.
Our Friday Brown-Bag Family Workshops highlight successful ways families can tackle physical, behavioral and wellness issues. Free lunchtime sessions are held at The Schoenbaum Family Center.