Find and share professional documents—from curricula to articles to presentations. Our Professional Resource Library is a great way for NCFR members and active Certified Family Life Educators to pool knowledge on a wide variety of family topics.
In this webinar recording, Jean Illsley Clarke, Ph.D., CFLE, and David Bredehoft, Ph.D., CFLE, discuss recent research on childhood overindulgence and its implications for parenting, grandparenting, and parent educators.
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A fresh collection of original essays by leading scholars that focuses on how families operate in everyday life: what they are, how they work, and why they matter. Families as They Really Are goes to the heart of the family values debate by reframing the question about families from “Are they breaking down?” to “Where are they going, how, and why?”
The Center on Media and Human Development at Northwestern University explores, in this study that surveyed more than 2,300 parents and children, how parents are incorporating new digital technologies as well as older media platforms into their parenting practices.
The purpose of this report is to look at electronic media products for very young children – including babies, toddlers, and preschoolers – that are marketed to parents as educational. The report is not designed to assess the quality or effectiveness of any specific products. Rather, it is intended to: examine how frequently educational claims are made in the marketing and advertising of these products; explore the types of claims that are made for these products in the advertising and packaging; and investigate the degree to which these claims have been scientifically validated through research on children’s learning outcomes.
This is the website of the authors of the book Cyberbullying: Bullying in the Digital Age. It provides curricula, podcasts, handouts, access to interviews, trainings and presentations on the subject of cyberbullying.