Graduate Degree Type
Education-Instruction and Curriculum: Early Childhood Education (M.Ed.)
College of Education
Research has shown that children entering the classroom environment after the COVID-19 pandemic are struggling with behavioral issues. Due to a lack of social-emotional skills and heightened anxiety and depression, schools are seeing children act out more violently and emotionally than ever before. With a strict focus on the findings of the importance of school readiness and play-based learning skills, this project is aimed to minimize these outbursts of negative behavior by teaching parents on how to get involved in the home and teach these necessary skills for school success. Parental involvement has shown high correlations with success for children in school on all levels but with this project being focused on socio-emotional skills, parents will have a booklet that can easily guide them through how to accomplish teaching these skills and local resources that can come to the home and help.
Sremba, Mari Elena, "A Study of Behavior Issues in the Early Childhood Classroom after the Pandemic" (2023). Culminating Experience Projects. 356.