Supporting the Intellectual and Emotional Needs of Children and One Another

June 29, 2021 | Sivan Zakai, Ph.D. Lauren Applebaum, Ed.D. Rabbi Jordi Schuster Battis '09, '11

The Covid-19 pandemic has ushered in radical shifts in the relationships among children, parents, and teachers. In many instances, children and their teachers have been forced apart, and children and their parents have been resituated in close quarters.

This shift has ushered in both serious challenges and profound opportunities for building meaningful and educative relationships between children and the adults who love them. Learn about how parents, educators, and clergy can partner to support the intellectual and emotional needs of children, and of one another, during this time.

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