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Dr. Gil G. Noam and a colleague provide advice to help students and schools navigate disruptions caused by COVID-19.
Dr. Gil G. Noam writes about what families can do to prepare their children for the uncertainty of the upcoming school year.
Dr. Gil G. Noam highlights some things that schools can do to help with the developmental, educational, and psychological needs of children returning to school.
Dr. Gil G. Noam recommends that people ask whether the time of social distancing has led to new priorities, reflections, and activities, and offers ways to thrive in the months ahead.
Dr. Gil G. Noam discusses the Clover Model, a framework people can use to address essential elements of mental well-being in uncertain times.
The ways society will adjust to life after the coronavirus pandemic, according to Dr. Gil G. Noam.
Dr. Gil G. Noam stressed the importance of being able to shift perspectives and actions when faced with new or unexpected events such as the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Gil G. Noam examines the root causes of the reported increase in adolescents and young adults seeking care for a mental health crisis.
Dr. Gil G. Noam advocates for increased funding for proactive mental health initiatives in schools.
Whether jumping through sprinklers at city parks, chasing soccer balls at camp, or kayaking with family, the quintessential childhood summer is filled with physical activity. Fortunately, summer programming has often reflected that kids need to get outdoors, use their bodies, play, and socialize...
Dr. Gil G. Noam warns that parents that get their kids into college through fraud are ultimately hurting their children.
Dr. Gil G. Noam discusses vital questions that should be considered by parents of children with ADHD.
Dr. Gil G. Noam discusses a recent study that found that younger children were more likely than their older peers in the same class to be diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
Local schools stress the importance of programs like McLean’s PEAR (Partnerships in Education and Resilience) as they navigate issues of bullying.
The City Year mentoring program uses the research of McLean’s Program in Education, Afterschool and Resiliency (PEAR) to develop a research-based approach to support students.
Dr. Gil Noam writes about the importance of staying connected to children when they are out of school.
Dr. Gil Noam discusses the importance of collaboration between students and teachers.
Gil Noam authors a piece about the effects of separating children from their parents at the U.S./Mexico border.
Gil G. Noam, EdD, on what we can do to support students in the wake of school shootings.
In response to the national movement against gun violence from students, Gil Noam proposes that adults join students in championing solutions that take a comprehensive approach to the issue.