Tag: Brain Development
The Power of Touch: Hugs Can Transform Infant Brain Development
Research has shown that physical touch such as hugging during an infant’s formative years can play a significant role in brain development and cognitive abilities, setting the foundation for future learning. Those who promote this strategy can positively influence a child’s academic and social success.
The Right Hemisphere Of The Brain Develops First, And Serve As The Basis For Intellectual Development Through “Play”
Literacy and numeracy instruction given to youngsters less than seven years old may actually be detrimental to the children’s still-evolving brains. Children might develop what is known as “learned stupidity” if they are unable to utilize their academic brains in the ways that are being requested of them. They come to the conclusion that they…