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Tuesday, Jun 30, 4:00 PM EDT · 1 hour

School’s Out: Summer Tips for Parents

June 30, 2020 at 04:00:00 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar

It’s the start of summer! Now what? Parents of young ones are preparing for a mostly at-home summer and WHYY is here with some helpful tips for a smooth summer season. WHYY’s Director of Education Craig Santoro will moderate a discussion with child psychologist Dr. Tamar Chansky, WHYY Education Specialist Colleen Slotman, Assistant Professor at Drexel University School of Education Lori Severino and Martha Washington School teacher Shannon Kemmer.


Please note: This event is for parents and caretakers of children ages 3-10. You will have a chance to our ask our panelists your questions about what you’d like know!

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
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WHYY Educational Programs Specialist
Colleen manages WHYY's early childhood programs including literacy initiatives and family and community learning. She brings families together to enjoy all that PBS Kids programming has to offer and thrives in creating an environment where programs are accessible for all families.
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Director of Educational Programs at WHYY
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Teacher, Martha Washington School
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Psychologist, Author and Speaker
I am a psychologist and anxiety specialist for children, teens, and adults. I am the author of the book series, Freeing Your Child from Anxiety. I'm on a mission to help free the planet from anxiety one thought at a time-- please join me! www.tamarchansky.com
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Assistant Professor, Drexel University School of Education
Dr. Lori Severino is an Assistant Professor in Drexel’s School of Education. Her work focuses on dyslexia and literacy, particularly in the area of teacher preparation. She is passionate about improving the education for the 1 in 5 affected by literacy or attention issues and sees literacy as a social justice issue. Dr. Severino has 26 years of experience as a public -school teacher. She is the 2019 recipient of the Council for Learning Disabilities’ Floyd G. Hudson Outstanding Service Award.
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