NCompass Live: UNL Extension – The Learning Child – Co-Parenting for Successful Kids
Join us for the next NCompass Live, ‘UNL Extension – The Learning Child – Co-Parenting for Successful Kids’, on Wednesday, May 3, 10:00am – 11:00am CT.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln – Extension’s Learning Child team is a group of early childhood Extension educators who provide services, training, and online professional development to young children and their families. Linda Reddish, Extension Educator, will present a brief overview on Co-Parenting for Successful Kids, a research-based program developed from the best evidence on how to support couples in parenting children through and after divorce or parental separation. The aim of this presentation is to discuss possible opportunities together and provide resources to libraries which families can utilize during the transition process (highlighting books on divorce accessible for families to check out) and share insights from participants who often use the library to access the online course.
Presenter: Linda Reddish, Extension Educator, Nebraska Extension – Douglas-Sarpy County Extension.
Upcoming NCompass Live events:
- May 17 – Binge Boxes, Boovie Bags, Book box binge, Makerspace Kits and more
- May 24 – Ad Filters -The Case For and Against Installation on Public Computers
- May 31 – Two Mystics, One Book: Neihardt State Historic Site in 2017
For more information, to register for NCompass Live, or to listen to recordings of past events, go to the NCompass Live webpage
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