In this short course you will explore the possibility that children might acquire written language in a way that is similar to how they acquire spoken language—without instruction. You will encounter various aspects of behavioral science and technology that are relevant to this proposition. You will have the opportunity to learn the the perceptual, cognitive, and neurological capacities of children during their first years of life. You will advance your understanding of children and how they learn language. You will also be more attuned to current advances in the technology of human machine interactions, and what these phenomena imply for learning to read at an early age.
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This course was really helpful and great work by organizer and professors
It was hard for me to follow the instructor. He spoke in monotone and broke paused in odd places .
It is a good course and the technical language is of high order. The insight questions were helpful.
It was a very interesting course that opened up my mind regarding early literacy in children. This new perspective could be a great start for further research on the topic.