This report presents “The Resilience Scale” as an explanatory metaphor that helps people reason about the concept of resilience: why some children end up OK in the face of negative experiences and environments early on in life. Helping the public to understand the processes of resilience is a key part of telling the core story of Early Childhood Development. The report details the results of an iterative methodology undertaken to design and test this explanatory metaphor.
Americans See Systems: Data Show an Opening to Advance New Thinking on Stubborn Social Issues
It’s time for foundations and nonprofits to invest in communications and narratives that center systems.
Stanford Center on Early Childhood
Cultural mindsets affect our ability to develop and advance new, innovative solutions to addressing inequities in early childhood. Framing can help shift these mindsets and create space and...
Framing Child Maltreatment
The science of framing can help us be more effective communicators. This is especially true on and issue like child maltreatment where people are quick to disengage and where there are a...