My brother’s keeper: How siblings teach one another about the world

9 julio 2014

While researchers have long known that brothers and sisters teach each other about the world, most of their observations about this have been made in a lab setting. A new study has investigated a step further by observing how children interact in their natural habitat: their homes. Through the study, investigators not only confirmed 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.
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