Events

Oxford Brookes BabyLab

Bilingual Families in Oxford Meet Up

An opportunity to meet other bilingual and multilingual families at a fun playgroup! Researchers from the BabyLab will also be there to discuss bilingualism and answer questions!

When?

New date to be announced

Where?

Oxford Brookes University, Sinclair Building (SNC.4.01), Gipsy Lane, OX3 0BP

Meet the Researchers: Children, parents, emotion understanding and security

An opportunity for parents and practitioners to learn about emotion understanding and security and ask questions!

When?

New date to be announced

Where?

Oxford Brookes University, Sinclair Building (SNC.4.01), Gipsy Lane, OX3 0BP

Meet the Researchers: How to sleep like a baby? Or not!

An opportunity for parents and practitioners to learn about sleep and ask questions!

When?

New date to be announced

Where?

Oxford Brookes University, Sinclair Building (SNC.4.01), Gipsy Lane, OX3 0BP

Past Events

Meet the Researchers: Language Development

Have you ever wondered how babies learn language so quickly and effortlessly? Our first talk in the Meet the Researchers series explored this!

Meet the Researchers: Bilingualism

Have you ever wondered how bilingual babies learn two languages at the same time? Our second talk in the Meet the Researchers series addressed this!

The Ultimate Language Quiz

The Oxford Brookes Babylab will be hosting the ultimate language quiz for #IFOX2020. Puzzle over infant language development, uncover bilingualism myths and learn about an alien language!

The Diverse World of Languages at the Science Bazaar

Why are babies so good at learning languages? There are currently 7,111 spoken languages in the world. Two thirds of children globally are being raised in bilingual environments. Uncover myths about being bilingual and learn an artificial language!

The Diverse World of Languages at the ATOM Science Market

The Oxford Brookes BabyLab will be exploring the Diverse World of Languages at the ATOM Science Market! You can find out more about language diversity, try out our bilingualism matching games or listen to an alien language!

This event was cancelled as a precautionary measure. It may be rescheduled for later this year.

World of Languages at Super Science Saturday

Our activity stand will explore why babies are so good at learning languages and uncovering bilingualism myths using a “true or false” wheel and foreign language matching tasks. Children and adults will also have the opportunity to try to learn an artificial language and find out more about infant language development and the diversity of language through infographics!

This event was cancelled as a precautionary measure. It may be rescheduled for later this year.