Home VisitingHealth and DevelopmentParents and FamiliesPodcast

Home Visiting Provides Personalized Care to New Parents & Strengthens Families

On this episode of The Early Link Podcast, our host Rafael Otto speaks with Jennifer Gould who currently works as a Nurse Home Visitor for the Nurse Family Partnership program with the Multnomah County Health Department. The Nurse Family Partnership is a community based, public health program with 45 years of research showing evidence of significant improvements in the health and lives of first-time moms and their children affected by social and economic inequality. 

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Honoring Children with Dr. Dolores Subia BigFoot

The Early Link Podcast is back with a new episode! In this segment, our host speaks with Dr. Dolores Subia BigFoot. Dr. BigFoot is a presidential professor in the Department of Pediatrics, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, and directs the Indian Country Child Trauma Center where she is recognized for her efforts to bring traditional American Indian practices and beliefs into the formal teaching and instruction of professionals working with Native populations.

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Brain DevelopmentEducators and WorkforceHealth and Development

Setting the Record Straight on Social-Emotional Learning: A Teacher’s Perspective

Social-emotional learning (SEL) has been in the news a lot lately, and this recent surge of news about SEL has come with a good deal of misinformation. In this blog series, we’ll attempt to set the record straight on SEL by exploring the benefits and importance of SEL for young children, highlighting its recent politicization, and understanding what polling tells us about the best way to communicate with parents about the topic.

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Educators and WorkforceHealth and DevelopmentSuccessful Students

Setting the Record Straight on Social-Emotional Learning: The Business Case for SEL

Just as early childhood advocates frequently cite the economic case for early learning, proponents of SEL shouldn’t shy away from making the case that teaching social-emotional skills to young children makes good business sense. There are a lot of important reasons for teaching these skills starting at a young age and the fact that these skills will make it easier down the road for students to succeed in the workplace is a fact worth highlighting.

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Brain DevelopmentHealth and DevelopmentParents and Families

Setting the Record Straight on Social-Emotional Learning: What Do Parents Think?

Social-emotional learning has become a big buzzword and a big industry in recent years. The term has been around for a couple of decades, but around 2015 it really took off. What wasn’t clear to us is what parents thought of this new fad in education, so we worked with the global polling firm YouGov to conduct this survey.

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Brain DevelopmentEducators and WorkforceHealth and Development

Setting the Record Straight on Social-Emotional Learning: An Introduction

Social-emotional learning (SEL) has been in the news a lot lately, and this recent surge of news about SEL has come with a good deal of misinformation. In this blog series, we’ll attempt to set the record straight on SEL by exploring the benefits and importance of SEL for young children, highlighting its recent politicization, and understanding what polling tells us about the best way to communicate with parents about the topic.

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