Babies and young children are "already about as smart as they could possibly be."

Babies and young children are "already about as smart as they could possibly be." TED hide caption

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Babies and young children are "already about as smart as they could possibly be."

Babies and young children are "already about as smart as they could possibly be."

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Unstoppable Learning

Why do we put so much effort in making kids think and act like us? In this hour, TED speakers explore the different ways babies and children learn — from the womb, to the playground, to the web.

Why do we put so much effort in making kids think and act like us? In this hour, TED speakers explore the different ways babies and children learn — from the womb, to the playground, to the web.

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