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Dr. Titzer has developed a new method of teaching reading that could change how and when our children learn to read. Normally, children donít start learning to read until age 5 or 6 years old, but the natural window of opportunity begins to close around age 4 Ė BEFORE THEY ENTER KINDERGARTEN!
Recognized expert, infant researcher Dr. Robert C. Titzer, Ph.D., has a grand vision of making the world a better place by allowing children greater opportunities and successes throughout life by developing reading skills earlier.
A professor and teacher for over 15 years, Dr. Titzer has extensively researched infant learning and development. After teaching in the public school system, Dr. Titzer went on to complete his Masters degree at Pennsylvania State University, and a Ph.D. in Human Performance at Indiana University, where he developed this revolutionary early learning approach with his own infant children.
His research on reading during infant and toddler years captured the interest of educators, researchers, parents, government agencies, and the media worldwide. Dr. Titzerís research has been published in scientific journals, including the prestigious Psychological Review.
Question: Why should parents teach their babies to read?
Answer: It's easier to learn language skills at a higher level earlier in life than it is later in life. Babies and toddlers learn to understand language and speak naturally simply by listening to language. When babies hear a second language, they learn to understand and speak the language naturally without an effort if they hear the language frequently enough. If babies are allowed to see the language, they can also learn written language just as naturally. We would never imagine waiting until age 5 or 6 to speak to children and I believe if we looked at the written form of language in the same way as we do the spoken form, we would not wait until age 5 or 6 to allow children to see our language. Early in life, children learn the patterns of language more easily than they do later in life.
If babies and toddlers are allowed to see the language at the same time they hear the language, they can learn the patterns of the written language (phonics) just as naturally and easily. Generally, when people learn the patterns of language early in life they learn the language at a higher level than people who learn by rules later in life. We currently wait until more than 90% of the brain is developed (around age five or six) to teach reading. By that age, learning to read becomes a difficult skill that is learned by rules (instead of learned naturally by seeing the language and figuring out its patterns). Reading is fun for babies and toddlers.