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Learning Happens DVD 
Claire Lerner and Rebecca Parlakian
ISBN: 9781934019085
Item No.: V507-OLB

Learning Happens features 30 video vignettes that show parents and children—aged birth to 3 years—interacting during everyday play and routines. These vignettes provide rich examples of how:

  • development unfolds from birth to age 3
  • young children acquire school readiness skills through everyday interactions and activities
  • parents and caregivers support children’s early learning and development through daily interactions and activities 

These vignettes serve as powerful tools for professionals to use both in direct work with families and for training other early child development professionals. They act as catalysts for discussion about all aspects of early development and provide vivid illustrations of the significant influence parents have in getting their young children ready for school.


Length: 1 hour 53 seconds

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