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Research Discussion: Age-Related Progressions in Story Structure

Join the Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy as researchers discuss, "Age-related progressions in story structure in young children’s narratives," presented by Kiren Khan, CCEC Post Doctoral Researcher. The informal gathering is held from 10-11 a.m. at the Schoenbaum Family Center and highlight the latest must-read CCEC research articles in the early childhood education arena. Free parking is available on 4th Street, Summit Street, Hamlet, and 7th Avenue.

Workshop: Individualizing Instruction in Early Childhood Classrooms

In an Ohio Approved practitioner workshop presented by the Schoenbaum Family Center and Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy, you'll learn to use qualitative and quantitative data to inform instruction and practice in early childhood classrooms. The $30 workshop is from 12:30-3 p.m. at the Schoenbaum Family Center, 175 East 7th Avenue, in Columbus. Please arrive 15 minutes early for free parking on Summit Street, Hamlet, 4th Street or 7th Avenue.

CCEC Colloquia - Early Adolescents' Reasoning and Peer Interaction

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.

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