Project Type: Articles by Jennifer Miller

On Go Noodle Blog — “The Enduring Gift of Kindness: Raising Children Who Show Gratitude and Act with Generosity”

“The Enduring Gift of Kindness; Raising Children Who Show Gratitude and Act with Generosity” on Go Noodle! This week, Confident Parents, Confident Kids is partnering with an important organization. Have you heard of Go Noodle? They produce short 1-2 minute, high quality videos for children to be utilized by teachers and families. They reach an …

On Inside SEL — Check out an excerpt from the new book…

Check out an excerpt from the new book in the newsletter that offers information, news and resources for the field of social and emotional learning. It begins… In an exclusive excerpt from her new book — “Confident Parents, Confident Kids” — author Jennifer Miller shares a poignant example of how parents can nurture and coach …

In Youth Connections Magazine — “Children’s Growing Identity; Cultivating Self-Awareness to Inspire Confidence”

Check out the latest feature article in Youth Connections Magazine published nationally. This one focuses on children’s developing sense of who they are, what they think, and how they feel. It helps parents understand at various ages and stages how children are growing in their self-perception and how parents can promote confidence by cultivating their …

NBC Parent Toolkit – “How to Tap into Your Child’s Emotions at Each Age and Stage”

Want to learn a little about the content of the new book? Long-time collaborator NBC Parent Toolkit just published the following article today to get the word out. Thank you, Esta Pratt-Kielley and Gabbi Timmis for your partnership! It begins… Do you ever treat your children’s challenging emotions like a bug you spot in your …

On PBS Kids…”How to Coach Kids through Big Emotions”

Confident Parents, Confident Kids is delighted to partner with WNET Thirteen, the New York flagship PBS affiliate and PBS Kids to produce articles, resources and videos for parents related to supporting and helping our children learn about their big feelings. Today on PBS Kids’ blog, check out the following article on using emotion coaching with …

On National PTA’s Blog: “Element of a Confident Parent; Looking for the Good”

Nagging Not Changing Behaviors with your Kids? Instead, Try This… The article begins… Though the sunshine sparkles through the yellow leaves during these beautiful Fall days, there is less light in the morning and evening. And we’ve been doing this school thing for a few months now. We’ve poured it on and now we are …

On Rethink Ed Blog… “5 SEL Strategies that Strengthen School-to-Home Connections”

Over the coming weeks, Jennifer Miller of Confident Parents, Confident Kids will be collaborating with Rethink Ed to discuss practical strategies schools can adopt who are focused on social and emotional learning and want to involve families in partnerships that contribute to their children’s learning. This week, check out the article she wrote for the …

In Youth Connections Magazine… “Cultivating Trusting Relationships”

This article responds to the question: “How can you become an ‘ask-able’ adult?” Whether you are a teacher or a parent, how can you be sure children are coming to you with their important questions and confiding in you with their problems and worries? This article is one of a six-part-series focusing on parenting with …

On NBC Parent Toolkit… “Make Your Hopes for Your Kids Reality with Social and Emotional Skills”

Research partners, Shannon Wanless, Associate Director of Research in the Office of Child Development at the University of Pittsburgh and Confident Parents, Confident Kids’ Author Jennifer Miller share findings from their latest study on the direct alignment between our hopes for our children and our parenting with social and emotional skills on NBC’s Parent Toolkit. …

Featured In Youth Connections Magazine… “A Parent’s Greatest Gift: Self-Management”

Check out the following feature article in “Youth Connections” magazine by Confident Parents, Confident Kids’ author, Jennifer Miller. This was written in partnership with Montana State University’s Center for Health and Safety Culture, one part of a multi-media campaign launching this January 2019 entitled Parenting Montana focused on parenting with social and emotional learning. Here’s how it …

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