The Social Nature of Children’s Early Learning

Long before they begin school, children learn a great deal from parents and caretakers. Babies are voracious learners, and they are also smart learners. Join us at this public lecture to hear from Amanda Woodward, Dean of the Division of the Social Sciences and William S. Gray Distinguished Service Professor, about the ways in which babies learn from and adapt to the adults in their world.


Program Rundown

2:00       Registration
2:15        Welcome and Introduction
2:30       Presentation 
3:15        Discussion/ Q&A
4:00       End


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