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March 20, 2020
One positive aspect of the COVID-19 pandemic is that the virus doesn’t seem to affect children the same way it affects adults. However, children are susceptible to stress caused by disrupted schedules, changing routines, and universal talk about the virus. The best thing you can do for your child is to manage your own stress.
Cynthia Hoisington
March 19, 2020
For parents looking for a general set of guidelines to help make sense of where technology fits with young children’s development, my colleagues and I pulled together a new resource: Using Technology to Support Learning at Home: Simple Tips for Parents of Young Children .
Shelley Pasnik
March 19, 2020
Here are five strategies, adults can use to help children cope with anxieties.
Shai Fuxman
March 18, 2020
The recent coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has led us to feel uncertainty in many areas; however, we can take actions to manage our emotions and protect our mental well-being during this time.
Jennifer Myers Heidi Kar
March 12, 2020
As colleges and universities move toward remote training options in an effort to curtail exposure to the coronavirus, I thought it would be timely to share some online training strategies we use at EDC.
Zoe Baptista
March 10, 2020
As a prevention practitioner who has worked in the substance misuse prevention field for over a decade, I am often surprised by how few coalitions include faith-based organizations (FBOs) among their strongest partners.
Benjamin Spooner
March 6, 2020
The USAID-funded Djiboutian Workforce Development Project (WFD) aims to reduce gender gaps and barriers through its workforce readiness programming.
Zahra Youssouf
March 5, 2020
Salma Agbdou joined ERSA, and through the program, she overcame her circumstances and is now affecting the lives of countless women living in similar conditions.
Josh Kinney
February 27, 2020
February 27 is Digital Learning Day, set aside “to actively spread innovative practices and ensure that all youth have access to high-quality digital learning opportunities no matter where they live.”
Erin Stafford Jacqueline Zweig