Insights from Dr. Dustine Rey

A Blog

Blog 2018-03-20T12:12:06+00:00


  • The Importance of Social and Emotional Development in Young Children

    Scientific research indicates there is a very strong relationship between social-emotional learning and cognitive development and well-being. Children as young as 18 months exhibit compassion, empathy, and altruism. Some schools have programs designed to help students better identify and manage their emotions, establish respectful caring [...]

  • The Importance of Coding in Early Childhood

    Currently there is a huge demand for schools to be teaching coding to young children. Programming literacy is an incredibly important skill that all children today will need to know.  According to research, 90 percent of parents in the U.S. want their children to learn [...]

  • Teaching Young Children to Save, Spend, and Give

    When should young children learn to save, to spend, and to use money as a form of helping others? Research indicates that children as young as age three can begin to understand the value of saving and spending. By age seven, many children have already [...]


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