Study Seeks Educators Interested in Promoting Language for Infants and Toddlers in Their Classroom

Are you interested in learning about new strategies for promoting language for infants and toddler in your classroom?

Researchers are conducting research on how infant and toddler teachers can increase language-learning opportunities for young children in their classroom using the "Promoting Communication Tools for Advancing Language in Kids" (PC TALK) intervention.

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Who can participate?

  • Infant and toddler teachers in a participating center.
  • Teachers serving children between the ages of 6 to 30 months of age.
  • Teachers serving English- or Spanish-speaking children.

What does participation include?

  • Learn about the PC Talk intervention and how it can be used in the classroom.
  • Complete brief surveys before, during, and after the study.
  • Participate over about 12 months.

For questions or to participate, contact:

Dale Walker, Project Director, at

Kathy Bigelow, Co-Director, at