Sage Chairs Symposium, Gives International Conference Talk
Kara Sage, visiting assistant professor of psychology, presented her work on April 11 at the International Conference on Education, Psychology, and Society in Bangkok, Thailand.
Sage discussed a research study completed last year on how older siblings act as teachers for their younger brothers and sisters, a paper titled "How to teach? Comparing sibling and parent teaching behaviors." Sage also chaired the symposium, which included her talk along with four other talks from international researchers, all focused on education and children.