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Dr. Dana DeMaster, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at CLI, offers tips for parents struggling to balance work, home, and their child's virtual learning...
After more than 17 remarkable years serving as the director of the Children’s Learning Institute at UTHealth, Susan Landry, Ph.D. stepped down as CLI’s director effective August 31, 2020, continuing in her faculty position. April Crawford, Ph.D. and Tricia Zucker, Ph.D., Associate Professors at UTHealth, assumed co-direction of CLI on September 1, 2020.
Dr. Anson Koshy is a developmental and behavioral pediatrician with UT Physicians and McGovern Medical School at UTHealth and is also affiliated with the Children’s Learning Institute. He shares some tips for heading into a new school year virtually.
Dr. Tricia Zucker, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, with the Children's Learning Institute says, "Flexibility should just be the new mantra this year. I think all of us have to go into this school year thinking about how we're going to be open minded to whatever comes, and yet we're also going to be prepared for some worst case scenarios."
The Children’s Learning Institute has adapted its Academic Enrichment and Outreach (AERO) program to an online platform to offer year-round tutoring sessions.
CLI experts share advice for families trying to recreate summer learning experiences for their children.
A Jump Start to Lifelong Learning: Texas State Legislature Enhances Support to Early Childhood Development
Susan H. Landry, PhD and Founding Director of CLI, recounts program changes and future plans impacted by funding.
Cathy Guttentag, PhD Shares tips to help parents who have children with autism to cope while isolating.
Cathy Guttentag, PhD, of the Children's Learning Institute shares some guidance, including creating a new routine, to help ease children's anxiety during the uncertainties of COVID-19.
The Children’s Learning Institute at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) has received a $3 million grant to teach the latest child development strategies to more than 850 infant and toddler specialists and teachers working in at-risk communities in Texas.