As many of you know, at the beginning of each new year, we share our research findings and activities from the previous year in our annual ELLA newsletter. We would like to say a huge thank you to all our
ELLA at the International Society for the Study of Behaviour and Development conference in the Gold Coast.
Hello friends of ELLA We would like to thank you for your participation in our research so far! We recently presented some of it at the International Society for the Study of Behaviour and Development conference on the Gold Coast.
Adults understand that rewards should be shared according to rules of equality and equity – if you put in more work you should get a bigger reward. Our new paper published this month shows that by 17 months, children also
Click here to read our latest ELLA Update Hello from ELLA! We’ve had a really busy and productive 2017 here at ELLA. Whether or not we’ve seen you recently, or it’s been a bit longer we wanted to fill you in
It’s story time and all books may not be created equal. Interesting new research suggests that infants’ learning and brain development may benefit from stories that include individually named characters. Read more about this exciting research here
A rich linguistic environment provides the perfect context for children to learn to communicate with others. Here are some of the key research findings on the kind of input that can help promote language development. http://www.theconfidentteacher.com/…/the-early-vocabulary-…/
Happy 2018 From ELLA! Hi friends of ELLA! We hope that you are having a lovely 2018 so far. As we reflect on 2017 and prepare to have a productive 2018, we wanted to let you know what ELLA