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How to use reward/punishment strategies to help your kids develop time management skills?
8/16/2020 7:30 pm PST
Time management is a critical ability from childhood to adulthood, and becomes in particular important during the pandemic when people work from home. If children could manage time well and use their time wisely, it is not only beneficial for their learning and development, but can also help parents focus on their work. This talk would cover several tips about how to make plans and execute plans well in long term. In particular, we would talk about how to provide feedback or reward/punishment to encourage children follow their time management plan.
About Presenter: Dr. Chuchu Li
Dr. Chuchu Li received her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from University of Maryland, College Park, which ranked #6 in the nation, and her B.S. in Psychology from Beijing Normal University, which ranked #1 in the nation. Her research addressed the development of both monolingual and bilingual children, though focusing more on the bilingual population. Currently, she is a Postdoc Scholar in University of California, San Diego.
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