Social, Emotional and Academic Competence: Poverty and the Development of Effortful Control

Dr. Liliana Lengua, University of Washington

In this webinar, presenters define effortful control and identify its importance on children's social, emotional, and academic competence. Explore the research and impact of economic disadvantage on the development of effortful control. Lastly, review the implications of the research to inform practice and policy.

Additional Resources for Social, Emotional and Academic Competence: Poverty and the Development of Effortful Control

Topic:School Readiness

Resource Type: Video

Series: Front Porch Series

Last Updated: June 5, 2018