Sarah Lytle on High-Quality Interactions with Children

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I-LABS’ Dr. Sarah Lytle spoke about effective early learning interactions at a Birth-to-Three Policy Meeting on October 5.

I-LABS Director of Outreach and Education, Dr. Sarah Lytle, recently spoke at a Birth-to-Three Policy Alliance meeting.

Dr. Lytle provided an overview of how the brain develops in the first 2,000 days of a child’s life (birth to age 5) and explained how the important wiring takes place long before adults can see evidence of it.

She also described what constitutes “high-quality interaction” — the kind that best promotes learning in infants and toddlers. Read more about what she has to say about the most effective interactions and watch a video clip from her speech here!