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Episode #1: Real Talk About Baby Talk with Dr. Richard Aslin

Episode #1 Summary 
In this episode, we speak to Dr. Richard Aslin, a Senior Research Scientist at Haskins Laboratories. He discusses the incredible abilities of the infant brain for language and early learning and shares ways that brain imaging has broadened our understanding of the brain. He cites examples of how infants learn language, which influences later learning. Dr. Aslin finally provides implications for closer integration between research and practice in order to optimize the learning environment for all students. 

Episode #1 Learning Guide

Episode #2: Leading with Values with Jamie Williamson

Episode #2 Summary 
In this episode, Jamie Williamson, Head of School at The Windward School, shares his experiences as an educator and leader. He calls for creating educational environments that centralize in advocating for the overall development of the child and that remain laser focused in providing instruction using empirically validated research and data. As a leader, Mr. Williamson discusses the importance of values and creating a school community where all students, families, teachers, and leaders can thrive.

Episode #2 Learning Guide

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READ Podcast is produced by The Windward School and The Windward Institute. READ is hosted by Danielle Scorrano and produced by Anthony Sylvester.

About READ: READ, the Research Education ADvocacy Podcast connects you with prominent researchers, thought leaders, and educators who share their work, insights, and expertise about current research and best practices in fields of education and child development.
Note: All information and insights shared demonstrate the expertise and views of our guests.   

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