Helping parent educators remain relevant

How will those who support parents remain relevant for future generations of families and their young children? It’s the question asked by early childhood professional and it’s one reason we invited Ellen Galinsky, president and co-founder of Families and Work Institute, to speak at the Parents as Teachers Conference in November.

Ellen Galinsky

Katie Couric recently interviewed her about her new book.

Click to hear Katie Couric interview Ellen Galinsky.

Listen as she talks about the right way to encourage children, especially when dealing with education, the “marshmallow test” and what it says about your child’s ability to pursue future goals, and the problems of over-praising kids to build self-esteem without demanding accomplishments. 

Then register to hear her in person at the Parents as Teachers Conference in November in St. Louis. (The first 200 paid registrants receive a free copy of Mind in the Making.)