The first five years of life are the most critical for learning. As children are using technology earlier and more frequently than ever, ALOUD tackles the neuroscience of screen time during COVID. Dr. Patricia K. Kuhl and Dr. Andrew N. Meltzoff, internationally recognized experts in child development and co-directors of the University of Washington Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences, share from their research on social, cognitive, and linguistic development in a conversation with Library Foundation Director of Public Programs Jessica Strand. Click the video below to hear how learning with screens is transforming children—from learning languages and shaping culture, to interpreting media and acquiring biases:
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