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Wellbeing Wednesday: Balancing it all- Busting the Myth of WorkLife Balance

Event Description:In our fast-paced world, what is the secret to balancing all our responsibilities? Well, there is no secret or fix-all answer, but there are strategies and tactics for helping to…

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Family Employee Resource Group: Children with Special Needs

The WorkLife Office is proud to present an Ask the Expert session regarding Children with Special Needs. We are pleased to announce that we will be joined by multiple experts in the area including:…

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Attention Must Be Paid: The Insistent Voice of Ralph Fasanella

Nancy Wallach presents "Attention Must Be Paid: The Insistent Voice of Ralph Fasanella" on zoom and in the MSU Library Green Room. With questions and a response by Marc Fasanella. Part of…

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Chapter 6 Video

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The Parent Talk System Webinar Series - Session Five

The Parent Talk System, a parenting workshop authored by Thomas Haller and Chick Moorman, is designed to improve communication and provide practical strategies for raising confident, caring,…

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The Parent Talk System Webinar Series - Session Three

The Parent Talk System, a parenting workshop authored by Thomas Haller and Chick Moorman, is designed to improve communication and provide practical strategies for raising confident, caring,…

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The Parent Talk System Webinar Series - Session Two

The Parent Talk System, a parenting workshop authored by Thomas Haller and Chick Moorman, is designed to improve communication and provide practical strategies for raising confident, caring,…

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The Parent Talk System Webinar Series - Session One

The Parent Talk System, a parenting workshop authored by Thomas Haller and Chick Moorman, is designed to improve communication and provide practical strategies for raising confident, caring,…

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The WorkLife Office Presents: Child & Family Charities - Have You Ever Considered Becoming A Foster Parent?

In Michigan, there are over 13,000 children in foster care and the number of homes willing to care for these vulnerable children is dwindling. Watch this webinar to learn more about Michigan’s…

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Family Employee Resource Group: Supporting Children Through Divorce with Jon Novello

Learning Objectives:Participants will learn effective communication strategies to use when speaking with children and teens about divorce. Participants will learn to consider a child’s…

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OMSP Meeting 3.25.2022

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Family Employee Resource Group: The Resilience Toolbox

WorkLife Office Presents: Family Employee Resource Group - The Resilience ToolboxProlonged or intense stress can have lasting negative impacts in the development of young children. Children with…

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GEO331: 2a-Aboriginals-Part 2

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Family Employee Resource Group: How to Support Your Children’s Learning from Technology

Young children learning from screens – what works and what doesn’t?In the spring of 2020, children and caregivers had to quickly adapt to learning from screens. This felt like a new and…

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PSL 475L Honors Option - Candy Spines

After the activity, students should be able to list the four components of the spinal cord, spinal nerves, vertebral bodies, and intervertebral discs. Additionally, they will be able to explain the…

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The Respiratory System: How do we breathe?

Have you ever thought about how and why we breathe? In this activity, we will examine what role the respiratory system plays in our body. You can even make your very own model of the lungs using…

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