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The Family that Works Together, Stays Together: The Unseen Power of Ordinary Family Activities

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Ordinary family activities are the most important influence on a child’s learning and development, but their significance is often overlooked. This session will uncover the significance of ordinary family work, rituals, and routines in children’s intellectual and character development and the wellspring they provide for family unity.

 

Meet Jenet Erickson

Jenet Jacob Erickson is a graduate of American Heritage School and former member of the board of trustees where she chaired the curriculum committee. Her educational background includes homeschooling, private schooling at American Heritage, and public high school. Prior to becoming a mother she was an assistant professor in the School of Family Life at Brigham Young University, where she researched the power of ordinary family practices, and factors influencing maternal well being. She currently does editorial writing for the Deseret News on family issues. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota in Family Social Science and bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Brigham Young University. Jenet and her husband Michael are the parents of a four-year old daughter and a one-year old son.

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