Friday, March 18, 2011 at 1:36 pm (Updated: March 22, 4:04 pm)
By Nannette Johnston
We are all lifelong learners. We attend elementary, middle and high schools. We proceed to a college or technical school and then into the work force. While in our vocations, we stay on top of new strategies and professional development. Then, when we retire, we read books and periodicals to keep our minds sharp.
Research shows children start learning in the womb. There is not a lot we can do to measure learning at that age. However, we can start monitoring language development and brain activity as soon as our babies are born.
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