Online Resources 2010
2008-2009 Colloquium Series Schedule
2007-2008 Colloquium Series Schedule
2006-2007 Colloquium Series Schedule
Links to Other Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Labs
Parenting and Child Development Resources
Neuroscience and Brain Resources
Child Development Journals
TEDxWestVancouverED: Adele Diamond: Turning some ideas on their head
aboutkidshealth: Adele Diamond: Multiple types of ADHD
aboutkidshealth: Adele Diamond: Prefrontal cortex
aboutkidshealth: Adele Diamond: Babies and abstract reasoning
aboutkidshealth: Adele Diamond: Child's play
Boston Children's Museum's Lunch & Learn forum: Adele Diamond: Self-regulation, creativity, and problem-solving through play
KidCareCanada: Adele Diamond: Love and learning
KidCareCanada: Emotional safety segment
KidCareCanada: Stress affects brain
KidCareCanada: Your child's brain what every parent and caregiver needs to know
Studio 4 with Fanny Kiefer: Adele Diamond: Part 1 of 2
Studio 4 with Fanny Kiefer: Adele Diamond: Part 2 of 2
Center on the Developing Child: Harvard University: Child development core story
This educational video series on the importance of the early years was created by the Project for Babies, a former initiative of the University of Minnesota Center for Early Education and Development.
Institute for Learning & Brain Science: University of Washington: Outreach modules
Each module explores a particular topic of science, such as early brain development, children’s imitation, or language acquisition, and nests it within the larger landscape of child development.
• Module 1:
Introduction to I-LABS
Learn about the Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences, as well as background on this series of training modules and how to use them.
• Module 2:
Why The First 2000 Days Matter
Explore the development happening in the brain between when a child is born, and when they are ready to begin kindergarten.
• Module 3:
The Importance of Early Interactions
Dissect the components of an interaction and learn what ‘ingredients’ help boost early learning.
• Module 4:
The Power of Learning Through Imitation
Discover how children use imitation as a key early learning tool to understand others and build relationships.
• Module 5:
Learn about the tools and techniques children use to piece together emotions, or the complicated ‘puzzle of other minds.’
• Module 6:
Language Development: Learning the Sounds of Language
Follow the course of early language development, from the first sounds a child hears in the womb, to uttering their first word.