Oregon Parenting Education Collaborative

Category: Opinion


Nothing Left to Google: Parenting my own way

For better or for worse, I entered motherhood with zero expectations for the impressively large changes that such a tiny little human being could have on my life. Now, when I look back at the time that our daughter was born,…

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Student Perspectives on Parenting Education (Part 2)

In part two, see Oregon State University students respond to the question: “Based on what you have now learned about parenting and parenting education – do you think we should invest in parenting education?”

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Student Perspectives on Parenting Education (Part I)

For the September and October OPEC blogs, we are going to be sharing the voices of Oregon State University students who took a course on “Parenting Research and Application” (HDFS 312).

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What I Learned from Teaching my Daughter About Empathy

by Shauna Tominey, PhD
Meet Shauna Tominey, Assistant Professor of Practice & Parenting Education Specialist at Oregon State University

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