How to Think about Covid-19 and Children
Wednesday May 27
Key Take Aways:
- What we know (and what we don't know) about Covid-19 and its affect on children and schools
- How do we think about and make predictions based on conflicting, and constantly changing information from different sources?
- How to evaluate the quality and objectivity of information and detect biases
- Will there be a second wave in the fall and if so how should schools respond?
Guest Speaker: Dr. Emily Oster
Dr. Emily Oster is a Professor of Economics at Brown. Her work has extended her thinking about research methodology in econometrics to issues of parenting and child development. She's the best-selling author of "Expecting Better" and "Cribsheet" and has recently turned her talent for sifting through and thinking through data to the COVID19 pandemic.
This session is part of the Guidepost Guests Webinar Series, a free weekly webinar series where experts join us to have a 1-hour open discussion with 12,000+ members from our Family Framework platform and the broader community on a variety of topics.
The link to join this online event is: https://elearning.guidepostathome.com/events/how-to-think-about-covid-19-and-children.
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