Everybody plays, but play does not look the same for everybody. In this podcast, discover ways to make play accessible and meaningful to all infants and toddlers across cultures.
Discover how research can be used to inform current practice. This podcast series explores some of the latest research in the field of child development, its implications, and practical applications. Listen as experts discuss how research findings can be translated into everyday activities that support infants and toddlers. Designed with early childhood specialists in mind, the series provides an opportunity to think more deeply about ways to support programs' work.
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In this podcast, learn about the skills infants and toddlers need to develop relationships with their peers. Discover strategies to help them build healthy peer relationships.
Infants and toddlers have an amazing capacity to learn multiple languages. In this podcast, learn about early language development and discover strategies to support dual language learning.
In this podcast, explore the world through a child’s eyes. Learn about the amazing growth and development that happens in a child's third year of life.
An incredible amount of development happens in a child's second year of life. In this podcast, learn how they think and feel as they explore the world around them and build relationships.
In this podcast, explore the world through a baby's eyes. Learn about the amazing growth and development that happens in a child's first year of life.
In this podcast, learn about the different kinds of transitions and the ways that responsive caregivers can help infants and toddlers learn to successfully navigate change.
The experiences we have as children shape our brains and set the stage for a lifetime of learning. In this podcast, learn the basics of brain development and how to support children's healthy brain development.
Play is more than fun; it supports infant and toddler learning across domains. Discover strategies for effectively managing and scaffolding play and creating play-friendly activities and environments.
Research on the Go podcasts summarize the latest research and discuss implications and practical applications. This episode addresses how to create environments to build math skills with infants and toddlers.