Tag Archives: Emotional Learning

Executive Functioning in Early Childhood

At conferences and talks, many early childhood educators are interested in information about executive functioning in children. Recent brain research is demonstrating that the skills and abilities of executive functioning are essential to academic success and effectiveness in the workplace. … Continue reading

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How Play Powers Social and Emotional Learning

In July 2015, the American Journal of Public Health published the results of a study that found children’s social and emotional skills in kindergarten are associated with long-term success. The longitudinal study rated kindergarteners’ chances of success in young adulthood based on … Continue reading

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