The Minnesota Longitudinal Study
Posted on 2017/11/21 09:11

The Minnesota Longitudinal Study

In the Minnesota Longitudinal Study study, attachment styles were robustly related to later aspects of individual characteristics, such as dependence/independence, self-esteem, self-management and school achievement, and are consistent predictors of later social relationships, from engaging preschool play partners, to forming close friendships in middle childhood, negotiating the complexities of the mix-gender adolescent peer group, and dealing with the intimacy of adult romantic relationships

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9 Ways to Improve Working Memory
Posted on 2017/11/12 22:11

Working memory is important for learning and life. Listen to this full feature on Working Memory and how to improve it from the The Early Childhood Research Podcast

Early Years Education in Bangkok, Singapore and Hong Kong
Posted on 2017/11/02 02:11

Early Years Education in Bangkok, Singapore and Hong Kong

We took a look at yearly years education and found a great differences in Bangkok, Singapore and Hong Kong.

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Reflective Functioning Training on the Parent Development Interview
Posted on 2017/08/21 04:08

Working with Children and Parents?

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Thai Early Childhood Curriculum
Posted on 2017/08/21 02:08

Developing a Early Childhood Curriculum for Thailand? Here what parents and teachers think is most important.

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Maternal Depression Can Hinder the Development of Young Children
Posted on 2017/08/13 01:08

Maternal Depression Can Hinder the Development of Young Children

Serious depression in parents and caregivers can affect the children in their care. When children grow up in an environment of mental illness, the development of their brains may be seriously weakened, with implications for their ability to learn as well as for their own later physical and mental health.

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Smart Safety Whistle for Nannies
Posted on 2017/08/13 01:08

Smart Safety Whistle for NanniesSmart Safety Whistle for Nannies

Stay safe when you’re on your own with the GEKO Smart Safety Whistle. Looking like an ordinary whistle, this device does so much more. Complete with GPS and Bluetooth technology, this smart whistle can send for help when you blow into it. Using the WISO app, you can assign emergency contacts to notify. If you’re in danger, simply blow on the mouthpiece or press the built-in button for two seconds. The app will instantly call, text, and email your contacts. Along with your emergency, the GEKO Whistle sends along your GPS location which also updates every three minutes. With this, your contacts can find and rescue you from virtually any situation. Once you’re safe, another alert is sent to your contacts to confirm you’re okay.

Emotional health in childhood ‘is the key to future happiness’
Posted on 2017/08/09 08:08

After investigating the factors in a person’s life that can best predict whether they will lead satisfied lives, a team headed by one of the UK’s foremost “happiness” experts, Professor Richard Layard, has come up with an answer that may prove controversial.

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Big Babysitter No-Nos and Other Insights
Posted on 2017/07/31 08:07

1 in 10 parents have caught their sitter having a friend over or looking through their drawers or closets. Families have also caught their sitter texting (26%), playing on social media (22%), watching TV (16%) or eating their food (9%) without their permission.

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Education Market South East Asia
Posted on 2017/07/31 07:07

The education opportunity in Southeast Asia is growing increasingly attractive. The region is mostly middle income, with a GDP per capita equivalent to that of China and a $10 billion private education market.

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