Uninterrupted Playtime between Siblings Is Key for Learning
Tina Miller, MA,CFLE stashed this in Children
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Through the study, Howe and her colleagues from the Centre for Research in Human Development not only confirm that teaching occurs naturally and spontaneously, but that both older and younger siblings initiate learning activities. What’s more, siblings acting as teachers use a variety of instructional techniques during these informal lessons.
I'm wondering what interrupted means in this context.