Helping STEM Take Root with Young Children and Their Families
Join ZERO TO THREE for an interactive spotlight featuring Rebecca Parlakian!
STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills are now a major focus of many early childhood programs, both to promote these critical competencies, but also to nurture an emerging scientific mindset in young children. In this session, Ms. Parlakian provides an overview of how these early skills emerge, in the context of adult-child interactions and engaging experiences.
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Our Author Spotlights allow participants to take a deeper dive into a critical topic featured in a recent ZERO TO THREE Journal article. FREE for ZERO TO THREE members, and available for a fee for non-members, these popular online events provide a unique opportunity for interaction with some of the top subject matter experts in our field.
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