Whether children are returning full-time in person to school, part-time, or fully remote for their year, this uncharted territory for education has caused anxiety for kids and parents alike. Regardless of the environment they’ll be learning in, it’s important to manage the expectations of kids and help with their transition into a new school year. How can we help support them and lower their anxieties while also balancing work and parenting?
Dr. Macht-Greenberg shares ways to support the new educational experience, methods to successfully balance the many demands that come with parenting, working, and teaching kids during a pandemic, and answers questions about child development and returning to school.
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Harvard Medical School
Joseph B. Martin Conference Center
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Boston, MA 02115
Melinda Macht-Greenberg, PhD is a Harvard-trained child psychologist and faculty member at Tufts University who provides expert advice to parents about children and their education. In addition to providing parenting advice, Dr. Macht-Greenberg works with families on improving educational outcomes for their children in both private and public schools with the goal of maximizing a child’s success.
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