An Industry initiative for improved developmental collaboration.
It is widely recognized that effective cognitive development within the first five years of a child’s life has lasting effects on their social and intellectual progressions. This development specifically refers to the advancements that occur as a child grows in relation to being physically healthy, mentally alert, emotionally sound, and socially competent. Thus early Childhood experiences provide the foundation for these fundamental developments and the stage for all of life’s future successes.
The conceptual framework driving The Broadcast Learning℠ Initiative is sourced in a Harvard Research Project defining the Complementary Learning Theorem. Complementary Learning is a reciprocating approach for fostering the social and intellectual development of our youth by integrating Early Childcare Programs with ‘enhanced’ family involvement. The Harvard Family Research Project (HFRP) advocates that for early childhood development to be most effective there must be two significant social support structures in a child’s life: ENHANCED Family Involvement and QUALITY Early Childcare programs.
The Broadcast Learning℠ Initiative by Peanut Butter and Jelly TV seeks to connect these two support systems via a technology that broadens the platform for developmental collaboration between families and early childcare providers’. Together we can pioneer an industry movement towards the modernization of Complementary Learning and the enrichment of our youth’s early childhood experience.