Auckland 2021

20-22 Aug, Fri: 10am-4pm Sat: 9am-5pm, Sun 10am–4pm, Auckland Showgrounds

Dr Titzer

Dr Titzer

Dr. Robert Titzer is an infant researcher who designed an approach to teach babies written language at the same time they are naturally learning to say and understand words. Dr. Titzer will motivate parents to help their babies learn languages during the first two years of life when about 75% of the mass of the brain is forming. His Your Baby Can Learn series has been used by millions of families around the world to help babies, toddlers, and preschoolers learn. Hundreds of preschools in Asia have recently started using Dr. Titzer’s techniques in their curriculums.


See Dr Titzer live in Auckland 2021

Friday 20 August
How to Talk to Babies and Toddlers - Bob Titzer (virtual from LA)
12:30pm-1:15pm SmartStart Seminar Series

Infant researcher Dr. Robert Titzer will talk briefly about the benefits of providing better language environments for infants. Most of his presentation will be focused on giving parents practical tips that have been shown to help infants learn additional language skills.

Free

Saturday 21 August
How to Talk to Babies and Toddlers - Bob Titzer (virtual from LA)
12:30pm-1:15pm SmartStart Seminar Series

Infant researcher Dr. Robert Titzer will talk briefly about the benefits of providing better language environments for infants. Most of his presentation will be focused on giving parents practical tips that have been shown to help infants learn additional language skills.

Free

Sunday 22 August
How to Talk to Babies and Toddlers - Bob Titzer (virtual from LA)
12:30pm-1:15pm SmartStart Seminar Series

Infant researcher Dr. Robert Titzer will talk briefly about the benefits of providing better language environments for infants. Most of his presentation will be focused on giving parents practical tips that have been shown to help infants learn additional language skills.

Free


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