Director Tovah Klein, Ph.D. offers strategies to parents after Hurricane Sandy. She stresses the importance of routines, and cautions parents to keep their own anxiety in check. Read more here:
Why is Elmo so appealing? Director Tovah Klein joins the conversation. Read more here:
Barnard's groundbreaking Center for Toddler Development continues to meld creative play with academic research. Read Barnard Magazine's Winter 2013 cover story celebrating the 40 year milestone: http://barnard.edu/news/milestone-40-years
Director of Barnard Center for Toddler Development, Prof. Tovah Klein weighs in on iPad debate. Watch segment on ABC's Nightline:
Prof. Tovah Klein offers guidance on how best to handle discussions with children, and when it's best to shield them entirely. She stresses "if the parents take care of themselves ... and can handle their emotional reaction... separately from their child, then they will be able to be a better parent through this."
Watch at EverydayHealth.com: http://www.everydayhealth.com/emotional-health/1214/talking-with-childre...
Prof. Tovah Klein observes: “Children at this age are so curious and they’re observing everything. If you’re engrossed in this screen you’re not seeing or observing or taking it in.”
Read more at babble.com: http://www.babble.com/mom/childhood-development/
Is your little one just acting out—or is it a behavioral warning sign? Prof. Tovah Klein advises parents on what's normal and when to seek advice from an expert.
More at Mom.me: http://mom.me/playroom/4838-bad-habits-watch-toddlers/
Is your 3-year-old's behavior getting out of hand? Prof. Tovah Klein contributes on unique ways of making day-to-day tasks with your toddler easier.
Read more at Parenting.com: http://www.parenting.com/article/toddler-discipline-tricks-work?page=0,5