Outreach Makes an Impact at National Birth to Three Institute

Dr. Sarah Roseberry Lytle delivered the Research To Practice keynote address at the national Birth To Three (BTT) Institute in Washington DC on July 29.

Thousands of early childhood professionals working in Early Head Start, Head Start, Migrant and Seasonal Head Start, American Indian and Alaska Native Head Start attended the talk, with hundreds more viewing the live stream. The goal of BTT is to disseminate information about best practices in the field as well as research implications for improved practice.

Lytle delivered a broad-ranging presentation on I-LABS research entitled “Building Babies Brains: The Importance of Early Experiences.” She featured the new I-LABS Online Training Modules, and we are excited that this audience will become users of the current and future modules.