Resources

Book Thirty Million Words: Building a Child's Brain

In her 2015 best-seller, Dr. Dana Suskind distills the science of early language acquisition and brain development and explains to readers the incredible importance of adult-child interaction.

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Journal Article Parental Investments in Early Childhood and the Gender Gap in Math and Literacy

In this paper, we use a longitudinal field experiment with 953 children and their parents to investigate whether there are differences in parental investments at early ages by child gender.

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Working Paper The Science of Using Science: Towards an Understanding of the Threats to Scaling Experiments

This study provides a theoretical lens to deepen our understanding of the science of how to use science.

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Event Recording Opening Comments - Rohit and Harvanit Kumar Conference on the Economics of Early Childhood Education

TMW Center Co-Director Dana Suskind kicks off the Rohit and Harvanit Kumar Conference on the Economics of Early Childhood Education: Leveraging the Healthcare System to Impact Educational Disparities.

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Video Your Child's Brain is Like a Piggy Bank

Think of your child’s brain like a piggy bank. Every word you say is a coin in the bank. The more you talk, the richer your child’s brain gets. The more you invest now, the richer your child will be later.

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Video Talk and Interaction

There is no limit to how many words you can add to your child’s bank, so look for opportunities to talk and interact throughout your day.

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Video Babies Aren’t Born Smart, They’re Made Smart!

Children’s brains are like sponges, absorbing everything going on around them. Every little thing they soak in builds connections in their brain.

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Video Children’s Brains are Like Sponges

The stronger your child’s brain connections grow, the easier time they’ll have thinking and talking, and the smarter they’ll become.

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Website Building a Parent Nation

A website dedicated to the ideas in Dr. Suskind’s book, “Parent Nation.” We’re bringing those ideas to life by Building a Parent Nation.

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Event Recording Understanding the U.S. Healthcare System: Incentives, motivations and opportunities

Diane Alexander, Jocelyn Guyer, and Donna Cohen Ross discuss “Understanding the U.S. Healthcare System: Incentives, motivations and opportunities.”

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Event Recording Principles of Implementation Science: HealthySteps as a model and case study

Rahil Briggs and Allison Metz discuss “Principles of Implementation Science: HealthySteps as a model and case study.”

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Event Recording What we can learn from current approaches that leverage the healthcare system to improve child outcomes

Amanda Feinstein, Perri Klass, Dayna Long, and Alan Mendelsohn discuss “What we can learn from current approaches that leverage the healthcare system to improve child outcomes” in with discussion moderated by Marc Hernandez.

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Event Recording Impacts of Early Childhood on Health and Life Outcomes

Nobel Laureate James Heckman discusses “Impacts of Early Childhood on Health and Life Outcomes.”

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Event Recording Closing Comments - Rohit and Harvanit Kumar Conference on the Economics of Early Childhood Education

TMW Center’s John List gives closing remarks at the Center’s Rohit and Harvanit Kumar Conference on the Economics of Early Childhood Education: Leveraging the Healthcare System to Impact Educational Disparities.

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Event Recording The next frontier in evidence-based policymaking: The science of scaling

On June 17, Governance Studies at Brookings and the University of Chicago’s TMW Center for Early Learning + Public Health and Griffin Applied Economics Incubator cohosted a discussion among experts to help unpack scalability in policymaking.

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Event Recording Webinar: The Scale-Up Effect in Early Childhood and Public Policy (Video)

Panelists identified threats to scalability, discussed the “science of scaling,” and offered recommendations to help professionals consider scalability in their own decision-making.

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Journal Article Nurture affects gender differences in spatial abilities

In this study, we use a large-scale incentivized experiment with nearly 1,300 participants to show that the gender gap in spatial abilities, measured by time to solve a puzzle, disappears when we move to a matrilineal society.

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Journal Article An Exploratory Study of “Quantitative Linguistic Feedback”: Effect of LENA Feedback on Adult Language Production

This exploratory pilot study evaluates the feasibility and efficacy of a novel behavior-change strategy, quantitative linguistic feedback, to influence adult linguistic behavior and, as a result, a child’s early language environment.

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Journal Article Parent-Directed Approaches to Enrich the Early Language Environments of Children Living in Poverty

This article explores the efficacy of parent-directed interventions and their potential applicability to the wider educational achievement gap seen in typically developing populations of low socioeconomic status.

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Journal Article The Curious Relation between Theory of Mind and Sharing in Preschool Age Children

The current study examined the role of early theory of mind and executive functioning in facilitating sharing in a large sample (N = 98) of preschoolers.

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Journal Article A parent-directed language intervention for children of low socioeconomic status: a randomized controlled pilot study

A randomized controlled trial was used to evaluate whether the intervention improved parents’ knowledge of child language development and increased the amount and diversity of parent talk.

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Journal Article The Behavioralist Goes to School: Leveraging Behavioral Economics to Improve Educational Performance

Through a series of field experiments involving thousands of primary and secondary school students, we demonstrate the power of behavioral economics to influence educational performance.

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Journal Article Using Formative Research to Develop a Hospital-Based Perinatal Public Health Intervention in the United States: The Thirty Million Words Initiative Newborn Parent Education Curriculum

In this study, we detail the use of formative testing to inform the development of a curriculum designed to support the Universal Newborn Hearing Screening (UNHS).

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Journal Article Scaling for Economists: Lessons from the Non-Adherence Problem in the Medical Literature

Economists often conduct experiments that demonstrate the benefits to individuals of modifying their behavior, such as using a new production process at work or investing in energy saving technologies.

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Journal Article What Can We Learn from Experiments? Understanding the Threats to the Scalability of Experimental Results

This paper provides an overview of the main reasons for a breakdown in scalability.

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Journal Article Development of the Survey of Parent/Provider Expectations and Knowledge (SPEAK)

This study reported the development and initial validation of the Survey of Parent/Provider Expectations and Knowledge (SPEAK), a self-administered questionnaire assessing expectations and knowledge about early childhood cognitive and language development.

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Journal Article Combining behavioral economics and field experiments to reimagine early childhood education

In this study, we combine behavioral economics with field experiments to reimagine a new model of early childhood education.

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Journal Article Talk, Read, Sing: Early Language Exposure As an Overlooked Social Determinant of Health

By elevating “talk, read, and sing” to the top of the newborn discharge list, future pediatricians will be ensuring that healthy brain development is the standard of care for all children.

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Journal Article Enriching home language environment among families from low-SES backgrounds: A randomized controlled trial of a home visiting curriculum

This study evaluated the efficacy of the six-month 3Ts Home Visiting (3Ts-HV) curriculum, designed to empower socioeconomically disadvantaged caregivers with evidence-based knowledge and strategies.

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Journal Article Measuring Success in Education: The Role of Effort on the Test Itself

We investigate whether this might reflect not only differences in ability but also differences in effort on the test.

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Journal Article How can experiments play a greater role in public policy? Twelve proposals from an economic model of scaling

Leveraging the economic framework of Al-Ubaydli et al. (2019), we put forward 12 simple proposals, spanning researchers, policymakers, funders and stakeholders, which together tackle the most vexing scalability threats.

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Journal Article What Parents Know Matters: Parental Knowledge at Birth Predicts Caregiving Behaviors at 9 Months

This study sheds light on the importance of promoting parental knowledge about cognitive and language development to foster parental cognitive stimulations and language inputs during the first year of life.

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Journal Article The Effect of Early-Childhood Education on Social Preferences

We present results from the first study to examine the causal impact of early-childhood education on the social preferences of children.

all journal-article all john-a-list all 2020-05-05 00:00:00 +0000 all year-2020
Book The Scale-Up Effect in Early Childhood and Public Policy: Why Interventions Lose Impact at Scale and What We Can Do About It

This critical volume combines theoretical and empirical work across disciplines to explore what threatens scalability—and what enables it—in the early childhood field.

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Journal Article Shifting parental beliefs about child development to foster parental investments and improve school readiness outcomes

Socioeconomic gaps in child development open up early, with associated disparities in parental investments in children. Understanding the drivers of these disparities is key to designing effective policies.

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Journal Article Assessing Efficacy and Benefit of a Behavioral Math Talk Intervention for Caregivers of Young Children

The current efficacy study tested the hypothesis that quantity of math talk among low-SES caregivers and children is increased via a caregiver education curriculum aimed at improving caregivers’ language input to children.

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Working Paper Parental Incentives And Early Childhood Achievement: A Field Experiment In Chicago Heights

This article describes a randomized field experiment in which parents were provided financial incentives to engage in behaviors designed to increase early childhood cognitive and executive function skills through a parent academy.

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White Paper Early Language Gaps: Sources and Solutions

The goal of this report is to provide empirical evidence on: the status of the early language gap in the United States, predictors and consequences of that gap, interventions designed to close the gap, and remaining issues that need to be explored.

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White Paper Bridging the Early Language Gap: A Plan for Scaling Up

This white paper describes a multi-tiered set of interventions pitched at the population, community, and individual levels.

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Other RCT Results

TMW has conducted eleven randomized control trials (RCTs) and quasi-experimental trials.

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Video The Scale Up Effect

This animated video illustrates why an intervention might have less of an impact when it is scaled-up from a research setting to the real world.

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Journal Article Parent‐directed intervention in promoting knowledge of pediatric nutrition and healthy lifestyle among low‐SES families with toddlers: A randomized controlled trial

The objective of this study is to determine the efficacy of an interactive, home visiting curriculum tailored to low socio‐economic status families in improving parental knowledge of paediatric nutrition and healthy lifestyle.

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Book The Voltage Effect: How to Make Good Ideas Great and Great Ideas Scale

Be it a medical breakthrough, a policy initiative, a product innovation or a social movement, translating an idea into widespread impact depends on one thing only: whether it can be replicated at scale.

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Book Parent Nation: Unlocking Every Child's Potential, Fulfilling Society's Promise

Dr. Dana Suskind offers a revelatory new look at the neuroscience of early childhood development—and how it can guide us toward a future in which every child has the opportunity to fulfill their potential.

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Video Griffin Applied Economics Incubator Interview - Drew Bailey

Professor Drew Bailey of the University of California, Irvine visits the Griffin Applied Economics Incubator at the University of Chicago and discusses the science of scaling in early childhood.

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Video Griffin Applied Economics Incubator Interview - Elizabeth Spelke

Professor Elizabeth Spelke of Harvard University visits the Griffin Applied Economics Incubator at the University of Chicago and discusses the science of scaling in early childhood.

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Video Griffin Applied Economics Incubator Interview - Zacharias Maniadis

Professor Zacharias Maniadis of the University of Southampton visits the Griffin Applied Economics Incubator at the University of Chicago and discusses the science of scaling in early childhood.

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Video Griffin Applied Economics Incubator Interview - Scott McConnell

Professor Scott McConnell of the University of Minnesota visits the Griffin Applied Economics Incubator at the University of Chicago and discusses the science of scaling in early childhood.

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Video Griffin Applied Economics Incubator Interview - Kjell Salvanes

Professor Kjell Salvanes of the Norwegian School of Economics visits the Griffin Applied Economics Incubator at the University of Chicago and discusses the science of scaling in early childhood.

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Video Griffin Applied Economics Incubator Interview - Anya Samek

Professor Anya Samek of the University of Southern California visits the Griffin Applied Economics Incubator at the University of Chicago and discusses the science of scaling in early childhood.

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Journal Article Educating Parents About Infant Language Development: A Randomized Controlled Trial

A total of 427 women (aged 18-45 years) who delivered a singleton neonate without serious medical complications were randomized to watch either an educational intervention or the sudden infant death syndrome video.

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Video TMW Power Parent Erika

Erika, a TMW Center program participant, discusses the ways the 3Ts have helped her prepare her young son for a lifetime of learning.

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Video TMW Power Parent Jonathon

Jonathon, a TMW Center program participant, explains why he feels like a “proud father” when he uses the 3Ts to engage with his kids.

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Video TMW Power Parent Jackie

Jackie, a TMW Center program participant, discusses the power of sharing what she’s learned from the TMW Center with other parents in her life.

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Video TMW Power Parent Dina

Dina, a TMW Center program participant, explains why she thinks “talking more to your child will change the world.”

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Video What Parents Know Matters

Dr. Dana Suskind discusses TMW Center research that reveals what parents know about early childhood development, and their role in promoting that development, impacts their behavior.

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Video What Does An Ideal Early Learning System Look Like?

The TMW Center speaks with early childhood stakeholders.

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Video TMW 3Ts Strategies - Reinforcing with a Toddler

This video offers a real-life example of a caregiver reinforcing a toddler’s good behavior: waiting patiently!

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Video 3Ts Strategies - Book Sharing with a Baby (Dad)

This video offers a real-life example of what book sharing with a baby looks like!

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Video 3Ts Strategies - Book Sharing with a Baby (Mom)

This video offers a real-life example of what book sharing with a baby looks like!

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Video 3Ts Strategies - Book Sharing with Two's and Three's

This video offers a real-life example of what book sharing with a two- or three-year-old looks like!

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Video 3Ts Strategies - Book Sharing with Toddler

This video offers a real-life example of what book sharing with a toddler looks like!

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Video 3Ts Strategies - Describing with a Baby

This video offers a real-life example of what the 3Ts strategy of “Describing” looks like with a baby!

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Video 3Ts Strategies - Describing with Two's and Three's

This video offers a real-life example of what the 3Ts strategy of “Describing” looks like with a two- or three-year-old!

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Video 3Ts Strategies - Describing with a Toddler

This video offers a real-life example of what the 3Ts strategy of “Describing” looks like with a toddler!

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Video 3Ts Strategies - Explaining with a Toddler

This video offers a real-life example of what the 3Ts strategy of “Explaining” looks like with a toddler!

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Video 3Ts Strategies - Math Talk with a Toddler (Dad)

This video offers a real-life example of what the 3Ts strategy of “Math Talk” looks like with a toddler!

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Video 3Ts Strategies - Math Talk with a Toddler (Mom)

This video offers a real-life example of what the 3Ts strategy of “Math Talk” looks like with a toddler!

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Video 3Ts Strategies - Explaining with Two's and Three's

This video offers a real-life example of what the 3Ts strategy of “Explaining” looks like with a two- or three-year old!

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Video 3Ts Strategies - Math Talk with a Baby

This video offers a real-life example of what the 3Ts strategy of “Math Talk” looks like with a baby!

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Video 3Ts Strategies - Math Talk with Two's and Three's

This video offers a real-life example of what the 3Ts strategy of “Math Talk” looks like with a two- or three-year old!

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Video 3Ts Strategies - Narrating with a Toddler

This video offers a real-life example of what the 3Ts strategy of “Narrating” looks like with a toddler!

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Video 3Ts Strategies - Narrating with Two's and Three's

This video offers a real-life example of what the 3Ts strategy of “Narrating” looks like with a two- or three-year old!

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Video 3Ts Strategies - Reinforcing with a Baby

This video offers a real-life example of what the 3Ts strategy of “Reinforcing” looks like with a baby!

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Video 3Ts Strategies - Reinforcing with Two's and Three's

This video offers a real-life example of what the 3Ts strategy of “Reinforcing” looks like with a two- or three-year old!

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Video 3Ts for Early Childhood Educators

This animated video offers tips for how early childhood educators can Tune In, Talk More, and Take Turns with the children they care for.

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Video Catch Your Child Being Good

This video shows what it looks like to “catch your child being good,” which can help reinforce positive behavior and strengthen neural connections.

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Video Let's Talk Dads Graduate Testimonials

Participants from our Let’s Talk Dads program discuss how the program helped them connect with their children and foster healthy brain development.

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Video Use the 3Ts to Narrate

This video offers a real-life example of a mom using the 3Ts to narrate an everyday event: getting baby dressed!

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Video Importance of Early Experiences

This video explains how early experiences, particularly nurturing talk and interaction, help promote brain development.

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Video Book Share with the 3Ts

Reading with a little one can be tricky, but when you use the 3Ts to book share, your child is more likely to stay engaged. It’s all about tuning in to what they’re interested in—not trying to read every word on the page!

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Video Explain with the 3Ts

This video offers a real-life example of a dad using the 3Ts to explain an everyday event: tying his toddler’s shoes!

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Video Steve Nash and Let's Talk Dad Graduates

NBA All-Star and TMW Center supporter Steve Nash talks about the importance of the first five years of life and the work his foundation does to help foster healthy brain development.

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Video the3Ts.org Preview

This video shows what you can expect when you visit our free website, the3ts.org.

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Video 3Ps Haitian Creole

This video introduces and explains the 3Ts in Haitian Creole. We are proud to offer resources in several languages.

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Video Turning Off Technology Benefits Your Toddler

This video offers a real-life example of how a toddler responds positively to her caregiver putting away their phone!

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Video Turning Off Technology Benefits Your Preschooler

This video offers a real-life example of how a preschooler responds positively to her caregiver putting away their tablet!

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Video Turning Off Technology Benefits Your Infant

This video offers a real-life example of how an infant responds positively to his mom putting away their phone!

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Website The3Ts.org

We have designed an interactive website for parents and caregivers aimed at supporting their efforts to foster early brain development in their children.

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Report How a Better Understanding of Scaling Can Enhance Early Childhood Policy and Improve Lives

A wealth of literature demonstrates the value of early childhood programs and their potential to change lives.

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Journal Article Video-Based Anticipatory Guidance on Early Cognitive and Language Development in the First Six Months: A Randomized Controlled Trial

This randomized controlled trial showed that video-based anticipatory guidance implemented at well-child visits in the first six months increased knowledge of early cognitive and language development.

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter May 2018

We start in this issue with a snapshot of some intriguing research out of the McGovern Institute at MIT, which beautifully links the role of conversation with brain activation and child outcomes.

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter October 2018

Announcing a new community partner to lay the foundation for our community-wide roll out and our first convening on the role of the healthcare sector in intervening early.

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter December 2018

Wrapping our first conference—Leveraging the Healthcare System to Impact Educational Disparities—and rethinking how pediatrics can better support parents.

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter March 2019

Building an early learning culture in pediatric settings, thoughts on an ideal early learning system, new online parent and caregiver resource.

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter July 2019

TMW-Home Visiting: A sneak peek at new findings, in the news, translating research into real-world practice in early childhood.

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter November 2019

Spanish home visiting wrap up, the Incubator begins, and Any Time is 3Ts Time.

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter April 2020

COVID-19 update, Spring 2020 at the TMW Center, and family resources.

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter July 2020

Griffin Applied Economics Incubator, Summer 2020, and diversity, equity, and inclusion at the TMW Center.

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter September 2020

What we’re reading, early childhood educators’ commitment on display, and St. Louis families embrace their power to build kids’ brains with the 3Ts.

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter October 2020

What we’re reading, our book on scaling is off to the presses, 3Ts-Let’s Talk Dads continues in Phoenix, and Dr. Suskind on “The Invisible Toll of Mass Incarceration on Childhood Development”

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter November 2020

Any Time is 3Ts Time in the spotlight, what parents know matters, and A Good Time to be Born book talk with Dr. Perri Klass.

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter December 2020

TMW Center’s 2020 by the numbers and end of year remarks from Dr. Suskind.

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter January 2021

What we’re reading, a special journal issue built around the TMW Center’s work, the TMW Center at ASSA 2021, and how the gig economy puts children’s development at risk and what we can do about it.

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter February 2021

3Ts-Let’s Talk Dads continues in Phoenix, 3Ts-Let’s Talk launching in Dallas, and we’re hiring!

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter May 2021

Yolie Flores joins the TMW Center as National Campaign Director of Parent Nation.

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter July 2021

Launching our first Let’s Talk Spanish-language groups, elevating the science of scaling, and what we’re reading and listening to.

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter August 2021

Science of scaling updates, 3Ts-Let’s Talk in the news, and TMW Center is now on Instagram!

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter September 2021

The TMW Center is excited to announce the latest book from our founder and co-director Dana Suskind.

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter October 2021

New TMW Center research published in Nature Communications, congrats to our 3Ts-Let’s Talk Dads graduates, and TMW Center leadership in the media.

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter December 2021

Updates on the forthcoming Parent Nation, TMW Center by the numbers 2021, and what we’re reading.

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter February 2022

New TMW Center research published in Child & Youth Care Forum.

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter April 2022

The April 2022 TMW Center newsletter, featuring news related to “Parent Nation” and more!

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Newsletter TMW Center Newsletter May 2022

Parent Nation is a Bestseller & More from the TMW Center

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