There is a myth that infants, toddlers, and twos are too young to do any real learning. Early childhood brain development research shows that very young children absorb environmental enhancements very rapidly. Can you actually do any teaching at all with children this young? We will explore the early developmental process and find out what infants, toddlers, and twos can be taught but more importantly what you can instruct while learning how to apply that information in planning, designing, and implementing learning experiences for very young children.
Presenter: Romy Allen
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