The Critical Role of Early Child Development: An interview with Clyde Hertzman
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This 2-part talk with Dr. Clyde Hertzman, former Director of UBC’s Human Early Learning Partnership (HELP), organized into a 24-minute presentation and a 52-minute interview, discusses the importance of the critical early years of child development. Hertzman presents neuroscience and child development research that explores how learning that focuses on the whole child, their heart and their mind, may be critical for the development of happy, healthy, and capable children before they even enter the classroom. Vulnerability data of children in British Columbia is also presented.
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