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Dana Suskind ï 7 Free eadIt was OK but nothing groundbreaking Very many shallow "discussions About Dana S Organization The Gist Of This 320 Pages Dana s organization The gist of this 320 pages could be simply expressed in 10 15 "about Dana s organization The gist of this 320 pages book could be simply expressed in 10 15 brochure maybe even lessThe main idea about this book that it is very important to speak with your child from the birth to 3 year old age as much as you can use various words numbers shapes and so on Don t forget to build simple dialogue with your child using hisher current actions and stuff in herhis hands I ead many books about children education and almost In Every One Of every one of this gist was expressed using different terms Of all the parenting books I ve ead this is by far my favorite Probably because I m a speech language pathologist and I intuitively understand the importance of speaking with babies until your ears The Magistrates' Court: An Introduction (Fifth Edition) ring Maybe I liked it so much because it felt doable for me Whatever theeason everyone with a baby or who knows a baby should ead this The esearch was astounding And the 30 million word gap is irreversible Got thatI gotta start working in early intervention All the kids I see for language have experienced this gap and nothing I do will catch them up Nothing It starts with the mothers at the birth of their baby I ve found a new crusade Be warned This is a life changing book for anyone who works with has or cares about small children especially aged 0 3 Seriously I want to be an avalanche of words on every baby I see now which is a LOT since I m a children s librarian I want to shove it in the hands of every parent and caregiver I see too In a non affronting strictly helpful manner of course Read it I dare you not to be fired up to change the life of every infant and parent you see afterward Children aren t born smart they Nomadische Lebenswelten Und Zarische Politik: Der Aufstand In Zentralasien 1916 re made smart by parents Chicagoan Dana Suskind MD believes that the difference between those children who do well in school and those who do not is caused by a gap of thirty million words heard spoken by parents and caregivers from the time a child is born until the age of three the period for optimum brain development She has developed a three step program for parents and caregivers that she calls the 3Ts Tune In Talk More and Take Turns In simplified form Tune In means observing what your child is involved in doing then getting down on the floor to join in Talk More means the you talk and describe the world around you theicher your child s vocabulary will become and Take Turns means encouraging your child to The Crimson Thread: A Retelling of Rumpelstiltskin respond to open ended uestions This starts a thinking process that may lead to the skill of problem solving in later yearsAlso imp. The founder and director of the Thirty Million Words Initiative Professor Dana Suskind explains why the most important and astoundingly simple thing you can do for your child’s future success in life is to talk to him or hereveals the The Dog Cancer Survival Guide: Full Spectrum Treatments to Optimize Your Dog's Life Quality and Longevity recent science behind this truth and outlines precisely how parents can best put it into practice Theesearch is in Academic achievement begins on the first day of life with the first word said by a cooing mother just after deliveryA study by No Beast So Fierce: The Terrifying True Story of the Champawat Tiger, the Deadliest Animal in History researchers Betty Hart and Todd Risley in 1995 found that some children heard thirty million fewer words by their fourth birthdays than others The children who heard words were better prepared when they entered school These same kids when followed into th. Ortant allow very little or better yet NO exposure to tv iPhones computers iPads etc for the first three years And spread the word to other parents and caregivers about this early learning system I wouldecommend giving this book as a baby gift to all new parents As a early learning system I would Close to the Land: The Way We Lived in North Carolina, 1820-1870 recommend giving this book as a baby gift to all new parents As a time grandmother I am truly sorry that it took me than a year to get around toeading this book after hearing an interview with the author on NPR Since our first grandson was born last year we have been fortunate enough to spend two or three days a week with him while his mother Berlayar di Pamor Badik returns to school for a second degree Those hours spent with him have been the best a grandparent s dream we can play with him to our heart s content and not have to worry about studying cooking cleaning laundry and such that clutter up his mommy s day Our biggest joy is making him laugh and connecting with him through play andeadingI am happy to say we have already been doing much of what Suskind L. Munatius Plancus recommends but did find a few suggestions that we plan to put into practice We still have a year and a half to go until age three I startedeading this before M was born and now five months after G finally got around to finishing it It s the most important parenting book I ve Münchhausen's Pigtail, or Psychotherapy Reality read and it has done than any other book to shape how I interact with my children The overall finding is simple talk with your kids particularly from the day theye born through three years old Seems obvious but this book tells you why explains the "Significant Implications And Gives You "implications and
GIVES YOU ON HOW TO MAKEyou on how to make words have maximum impact I picked up this book to supplement my growing education as a caregiverteacher in the early childhood field While eading studie This book is beyond compelling a must ead for every new parent or parent to be Truly it will change the way you think talk and interact with your child Dana s very personal story of how she came to this insight as a surgeon performing cochlear implants on young children is convincing in her deep understanding of neural plasticity and why early brain formation is foundational for future achievementOur educational systems are focused on ages 5 25 but the foundation of all we have to work with The Pink Pearl rests on the brains that areapidly firing wiring and developing before age 5 most critically from ages 0 3With small changes and big insights parents can easily give their own children focused communication and a few million firings that in turn help myelinate deeper wirings of the neural networks we all Migrant Resistance in Contemporary Europe rely upon for theest of our livesThis book is foundational If you are a fa. Ird grade had bigger vocabularies were stronger The Violinist and The Son of Redhead: Two Plays by Leonard Melfi readers and got higher test scores This disparity in learning iseferred to as the achievement gapProfessor Dana Suskind MD learned of this thirty million word gap in the course of her work as a cochlear implant surgeon at University of Chicago Medical School and began a new esearch program along with her sister in law Beth Suskind to find the best ways to bridge that gap The Thirty Million Word Initiative has developed programs for parents to show the kind of parent child communication that enables optimal neural development and has tested the programs in and around Chicago across demographic groups They boil down to getting parents to follow the three Ts Tune in to what your ,
N of Carol Dweck if you have ead much in brain science Dana s insights are the logical science based conclusion of where we s insights are the logical science based conclusion of where we should focus and invest upfront and early not too late and down the oad Our brains wire on a use it or lose it basis Developing brains effeciently prune back down the Dying to Be Ill: True Stories of Medical Deception road Our brains wire on a use it or lose it basis Developing brains effeciently prune back neural nets they don t use which is why it is so critical to use what we have in proven waysIf you are thinking of a baby shower gift for somebody give them this book and impact a parent and a child for a lifetime As a parent of young children and a believer that public policy can improve people s lives this book hit me very hard I work in education and focus oneading and writing for a living but I still learned important tips about supporting my children s brain and language development What is so great about this book is that the Octavio's Journey recommendations don t cost money it only takes building awareness that talking andeading to one s children a lot from the moment they come into the world is one of the most important choices a parent can make The concept is Philosophy in Social Work really straightforward The 4 Ts 1 Tune in2 Talk 3 Take Turns4 Turn it off cell phones TVs iPads etc Ieally enjoyed this book it is a must Americana: The Kinks, the Riff, the Road: The Story read for a new parent or someone who is going to be parent As per the author Dana Suskind the best way to develop your children s brain is simply talk to them A good parent talk does play a crucialole in a child s developmentIt is proven that this will make the child smarter confident when facing a challenge and better behaved The idea of three T s Talking More Tuning In and Taking Turns with your child is eally amazing Dana gives a lot of tips in this book learn it but importantly put into practice the lessons learned As a mother and someone who is very interested in childhood speech and language I m the author of SPEAKING OF APRAXIA 2012 Dr Suskind s book THIRTY MILLION WORDS is ight up my alley Not to mention the fact that I currently live in Chicagoland where she practicesteaches at the University of Chicago and we both seem to have ties to St Louis I should be clear though we do not know each other professionally or personally our connection is merely serendipitous Her initiative THIRTY MILLION WORDS is important yet astoundingly simple talk with your child I m smiling because doesn t that sound like a no brainer Of course we talk with our children but how we do that matters Suskind takes us behind the Ivory Tower and delves into the Organizing Power research behind the science In hereview of the literature and there is a good deal of that in THIRTY MILLION WORDS we e intr. Hild is doing; Talk to your child using lots of descriptive words; and Take turns with your child as you engage in conversation Parents are shown how to make the words they serve up enriching For example instead of telling a child “Put your shoes on” one might say instead “It is time to go out What do we have to do” The lab's new five year longitudinal esearch program has just Lost Treasure received funding so they can further corroborate theiresults The neuroscience of brain plasticity is some of the most valuable and Victorian Fashions: A Pictorial Archive, 965 Illustrations revolutionary medical science being done today It enables us to think and do better It is making a difference in the lives of both the old and young If you care for children this landmark book is essentialeadin.