Adverse Childhood Experiences

How Educators Can Reverse the Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences

Too often, children struggle to meet academic standards because traumatic events impair their ability to learn and excel in school. As an educator, you can help these children succeed by understanding how adverse childhood experiences shape behavioral and cognitive development, and by implementing a well-being curriculum that teaches students and teachers effective coping strategies. What…

Parents engaged in child education

Parent Engagement in Early Learning

One of the most important classrooms is the home. Students learn from careful observation and paying close attention to what life lessons parents have to offer. Parent engagement in early learning is important because it helps students develop skills that will benefit them in life, and education, according to the December 2019 paper, “What is…