Sophia Kraus, M.A.
Professor Sophia Kraus has over 25 years of experience primarily in the areas of child/family development and early childhood education. She currently teaches interdisciplinary coursework for the Resilient Child Certificate involving the study of trauma informed care, play-based intervention techniques, and play theory and assessment..
As the former administrator and Interim Center Director for The University of Akron Center for Child Development (2007-2017), professor Kraus brings additional experience in clinical supervision of student field experience, NAEYC accreditation, and coordination of community intervention programming for children and families.
- Childhood resiliency
- Emotional intelligence
- Trauma-informed care
- Attachment & play theory
- Psychosocial issues of learning disabilities
- Witt, S & Brdarski, S. (2003). The merry-go-round effect: Examining the developmental perspective and social context of self-esteem in adolescents with learning disabilities. Education and Society, 21, 75-86.
- M. A. in Family and Child Development. The University of Akron
- B. A. in Family Development. The University of Akron
- 7750:632 Human Behavior & Social Environment: Large Systems
- 7750:631 Human Behavior & Social Environment: Small Systems
- 7750:430 Human Behavior & Social Systems II