Many preschool children learn language incidentally—that is, children learn vocabulary, grammar and social patterns of language through listening to parents, siblings and teachers who talk around them.
Not so for children with language impairments. They struggle to learn new words, make conversation or be understood.
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Creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson argued Tuesday for a shift in focus in today’s educational system—from one centered on conformity, compliance and linearity to one that encourages diversity, creativity and personalized learning.
Sir Ken Robinson, a world-renowned speaker on creativity in education, spoke at Lehigh on Tuesday as a part of the College of Education’s Distinguished Lecture Series: Leaders of Practice.