Children communicate through expressions of emotion, which is our first language universally. Knowing one’s own and others’ emotions, as well as regulating them, is what is known as emotional competence or, in common parlance, emotional intelligence. Caregivers and early childhood educators are crucial in promoting the growth of these skills. A new review article published in International Journal of Child Care and Education Policy examines the effects emotional competence might have in a child’s life and development, and how that skill can be supported and enhanced through school programs.
Monthly Archives: December 2017
Kee-hung Lai is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Shipping and Trade. Here he explains what you can expect to find in the journal and why you should choose to publish your article in it.
In the final blog in his post-Maria Puerto Rico series, Timothy Dye, Editor-in-Chief of Maternal and Child Health Journal, discusses the progress of recovery in Puerto Rico and how not all communities and individuals have been able to return to normality at the same rate.
Governments are not only responsible for building and maintaining transport infrastructure, but also have the vital role to develop and implement policies to regulate transportation itself. Sir Tony May and Prof. Guenter Emberger guide us through the challenges that this task presents in the collection on National Transport Policy that they recently edited for the journal European Transport Research Review.