A new study finds that the more TV children watched as toddlers, the more likely they were to be victims of bullying in middle school.
About Nicole Fravel
Nicole Fravel holds a Master's of Education degree from Stanford University. She is a certified teacher, museum educator, and curriculum writer with 20 years of experience educating young children. Nicole keeps up to date with current research and practices through memberships in the National Association for the Education of Young Children and the International Reading Association.
Ms. Fravel began her career teaching in public elementary schools and an Even Start preschool before serving as School Partnership Director for a non-profit consulting organization working with schools in low-income communities. Ms. Fravel accepted a position as early childhood educator at a well-regarded children’s museum, supervising programs for children under 5. In addition to creating programs for the museum floor, she created and delivered parent-child art, music, and science workshops for toddlers and preschoolers and outreach programs with nonprofit partners such as Head Start and the United Way.