CHARLOTTETOWN, May 11, 2012 /CNW/ - Scientists now understand that the better a child can self regulate, the better they can master ever more complex skills and concepts. But what is self-regulation and why is it so important for learning? World expert Dr. Stuart Shanker of the MEHRI Institute at York University discusses what parents and educators can do to enhance self-regulation of each and every child.
Join Dr. Shanker, Kerry McCuaig, co-author of the Early Years Study 3 and Jane Bertrand, program director for the Margaret and Wallace McCain Family Foundation:
May 15, 2012, 9:30 a.m.
Lecture Theatre, Holland College, Charlottetown Centre
Co-hosted by Chances Family Centre and the Margaret and Wallace McCain Family Foundation.
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