Born to Learn: The Science of Early Learning

Born to Learn: The Science of Early Learning hero
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Born to Learn: The Science of Early Learning

Born to Learn: The Science of Early Learning
December 2011 in Seattle

From babbling to sentences, a child takes a fascinating journey as they begin to talk, read, and learn. At the December Queen Anne Science Café, join Gina Lebedeva, Ph.D., of the UW's Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences to explore how our social interactions shape children's brains and influence their capacity to learn.

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