Language Revitalization Begins at Birth: Supporting Intergenerational Language Development in Early Childhood

This session was presented by the National Center on Tribal Early Childhood Development at the Administration for Native Americans (ANA) National Native Languages Summit 2020 on behalf of the Office of Child Care. This session highlighted current research regarding language acquisition from birth to 2 years old. Strategies and resources were shared for expanding language revitalization in early childhood to include infants and toddlers. Peer to peer sharing between Tribes was encouraged to support partnerships for connecting language revitalization across the age continuum.

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Promoting Children's Development
Infant and Toddler Development and Care
Brain Development
Language Development
Planned Language Approach
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