The new documentary “No Small Matter” shares stories about and researches the human capacity for early intelligence.
The film calls early-childhood "a grown-up issue," relaying what researchers have learned about early brain development.
But the documentary also focuses on the value of parent-child relationships, something many parents continue to struggle with, which can lead to adverse consequences down the road.
Today on All Sides, early childhood learning and how it translates into the classroom, and our homes.
- Greg Jacobs, filmmaker, producer and co-director of “No Small Matter”
- Laurie Katz, Professor in Early Childhood Education in the Department of Teaching and Learning, Ohio State University
- Kara Wente, Assistant Director for Health and Human Services, Ohio Department of Job and Family Services
A free film screening of "No Small Matter" will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 18 at Nationwide Children’s Hospital hosted by Action for Children and Southside Early Learning Center. To register for this event, please follow this link.