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CSEE Resources are free for Parents at a CSEE school. If you do not have a child at a CSEE School you can get access to these resources by purchasing an individual membership for $125 per year. 

 

Articles


Addressing Privilege 

Autonomy, Structure, and Art in Parenting 

The Secrets of Happy Families

Drop that Carrot Stick this Instant (boy's behavior)

Crafting a Family Mission Statement 

The Power of Fathers 

Do you Trust Your Child

The Family Brand

Democratic Parenting 

Countering the Challenge of Privilege with Gratitude 

Helping Girls Thrive 

Princess Diaries 

The Power of Asking -Instead of Telling 

Losing Influence To Peers During the Teenage Years

Nurturing the Nature of Boy's Brains

Parenting Teenager: 6 key ingredients 

Kids, Screens, and Marketing

Mother Son Communication: lost in translation

Improving Communication from Toddler to Teen 

Empathy and Trust

Eight Tips for Developing Caring Kids 

Crafting Family Mission Statements

How Belonging has Changed Since you were a Kid

  

Webinars & Podcasts

 

Unstorying
with Dr. Nicole Miller
Click here to get a copy of the webinar.

 

Parent Prevention: The relationship of stress and substance abuse 
by Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation 
Click here to get a copy of the webinar.

 

Raising Caring, Ethical, and Happy Children: The Role of Schools and Parents
with Richard Weissbourd

Explore how educators and parents can raise caring children who are responsible to their communities and committed to justice. Discover how the intense focus on children's happiness and achievement by many modern adults can undermine children's concern for others and the common good, as well as ways that schools and parents can promote care and well-being in children. Richard Weissbourd of the Making Caring Common Project presents. 
Click here to watch a recording of the webinar.

 

What Does My Kid Think about God and Religion?
with Rev. Aaron Twitchell

Religion and spirituality are deceptively difficult for teenagers and parents to talk about--sometimes even more than the usual suspects like drugs and parties. And yet, research has shown that young people are not only emotionally invested in religious ideas, but also may be "hard-wired" for spiritual exploration. In this webinar, we will cover some interesting research into adolescent spirituality and talk about ways we can engage this aspect of the teenage spirit. Rev. Aaron Twitchell presents. 
Click here to watch a recording of the webinar.

 

Helping Grieving Kids
with Donna Schuurman

Donna Schuurman of the nationally acclaimed Dougy Center offers counsel on how to help kids who are grieving. 
 
Click here to watch a recording of the webinar.

 

Parents and the Honor Code
with Dr. John Roberts

Dr. John Roberts, CSEE's Honor Systems consultant, talks with parents about how to best partner with schools to raise kids who value academic integrity. Original air date: September 20, 2016
Click here to watch a recording of the webinar.  

 

The Way We Talk Now: Teaching and Learning to Disagree Well
with Dick Barbieri

How do we operate in a conflict? Is it a good model for our kids? What about when we're in conflict with our kids? 
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Family Matters: Raising Healthy, Resilient Children in Challenging Times
with Robert Evans, Ed.D. 

As the pace of life accelerates, as media influences intensify, and as the future grows less predictable, parents find it harder to know how to raise children of character, caring, and competence, how to resist negative influences in the surrounding culture, how to help foster strength and resilience in children. Dr. Rob Evans, a clinical and organizational psychologist and the Executive Director of The Human Relations Service, will outline key dilemmas in raising children and adolescents today and offer concrete suggestions for successful coping at home and school. Read more about Rob Evans and his presentation here
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How to Talk to Kids About Sex
with Debbie Roffman 

In these hour-long webinars, sexuality educator, consultant and author Debbie Roffman discusses how to talk to your kids about sex. Debbie recorded three sessions, each focusing on a different age group.

Addressing Middle School Children

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Addressing Upper School Children

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Addressing Lower School Children

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Parenting in the Digital Age
with Jenni Voorhees

Jenni Voorhees, Academic Technology Coordinator at Sidwell Friends School, walks parents through how to talk to their kids about digital citizenship and safety online. Jenni has two sessions, one geared toward working with lower and middle school-aged kids, and one geared toward working with upper school-aged kids.   

Addressing Lower and Middle School Children

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Addressing Upper School Children

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Eight Tips for Developing Caring Kids (Podcast)

 

Books & Publications

 

Breaking Into the Heart of Character: Self-Determined Moral Action and Academic Motivation

Breaking into the Heart of Character focuses on our ability to catalyze internal motivation, to promote social growth and moral climates in both schools and families. 

 

 

 

  

Good Things to Do: Expert Suggestions for Fostering Goodness in Kids

Our latest resource for parents and teachers, Good Things to Do, features sixteen essays by the foremost names in child development. These experts offer their top suggestions for fostering goodness, academic integrity, compassion, understanding, development of the spirit, and more. 

 

 

 

Parenting for Character: Five Experts, Five Practices

In this 2008 publication, five of North America's leading character development experts address the five practices that best result in raising "good kids." 

 

 

  

 

 

  

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