Some key links regarding the science of brain development
have been selected for this resource. These sites are easy to navigate and together
they contain an enormous range of information and resources for you to explore
The following links are a selection of material from each site to get you going..
The Centre on the Developing Child at Harvard University is a world leader in the drive to bring science-based research and innovation into our understanding of child development. It provides an extensive range of high quality and informative resources regarding brain development & child development. This is a highly respected, internationally regarded and trusted site. Highly recommended.
A few samples of information from this site
ZERO TO THREE has been involved in Childhood development research and development for decades. The organisation has a primary goal of turning the science of early development into helpful resources and practical tools for parents and professionals. It is a well-respected and trusted site. Highly recommended
A few examples of material in this site
Raising Children network is an Australian, comprehensive child development and parenting site which holds a wealth of information and videos related to parenting, child health and development. It is a monitored site with academic and research-based evidence incorporated into all its material. This is a highly regarded and trusted site. Highly recommended
Just a few samples from this site
Vroom’s website offers a variety of tools and resources to download for free, as well as a mobile app that provides easy access to daily “brain building” activities. Their tools and resources designed to turn everyday moments into “brain building moments” by layering activities that are essential to healthy brain development onto existing routines.
Vroom was developed with input from early childhood experts, neuroscientists, parents, and community leaders, as well as the Centre on the Developing Child, Harvard. This is a highly regarded and trusted site. Highly recommended
A few samples from this site
YouTube can often have some very interesting and engaging videos relating to brain development.
If you find something in your own research, please compare the material with any of the highly recommended sites to ensure the information correlates with evidence-based research.
Here are a couple of examples