Presenters: Elizabeth Levine Brown, Ph.D. and Colleen Vesely, Ph.D.
Recent empirical research shows that early childhood educators lack preparation in anticipating the emotional demands of their jobs (also theorized as emotional labor), which can lead to deficits in well-being, and ultimately challenges interacting sensitively with young children and families. In this presentation, Drs. Brown and Vesely discuss a new study designed to assess how early childhood educators’ emotional labor and well-being influences teacher sensitivity during interactions with marginalized children and families, and, longitudinally, the developmental and academic outcomes for young children.

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