At the Language and Learning Lab, we are interested in how young children learn about the world around them! Our research explores the way that infants and children begin to:
- Use knowledge learned through new media sources, like ebooks
- Use words and other symbols to communicate
- Understand references to absent objects, people, and events
- Update their knowledge from what others tell them
- Learn new information from picture books
- Understand the intentions of others during communication
Learn more about our research!
Join our research team!
Parents, if you are interested having your children participate in our studies, click here to learn more or call (416) 934-4559.
You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
June 2014 – Professor Ganea and Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr. Gabrielle Strouse, receive SSRHC Insight Development Grant: An examination of the educational potential of interactive touch screen media for young children.
May 2014 – Professor Ganea wins highly competitive Early Research Award (ERA) from Ontario’s Ministry of Research and Innovation. The funded program of research is entitled “From Child to Scientist”: Using symbolic media to promote science education in young children.