Noise and devel­op­ment: Study­ing the effect of noise and chaos on home learning

Natasha Kirkham, Birk­beck, Uni­ver­si­ty of London 
@natashakirkham

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Noise is a part of all of our lives, all of our envi­ron­ments. In a series of exper­i­ments we have been look­ing at how noise impacts on atten­tion and cog­ni­tive devel­op­ment in infan­cy. We are cur­rent­ly re-focus­ing this work to inves­ti­gate how learn­ing at home in poten­tial­ly high noise, high chaos atmos­pheres can be affect­ing atten­tion in chil­dren. I will talk about some past work and the cur­rent move to online testing.

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Noise and devel­op­ment: Study­ing the effect of noise and chaos on home learning