Listening to young children: meaningful participation in early childhood settings

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Abstract

This briefing reports on research that looked at how listening to children was put into practice in one early childhood setting. It provides questions to help early years practitioners reflect on and deepen their participatory work with young children.
LanguageEnglish
TypeResearch Briefing
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jun 2017

Publication series

NameResearch Briefing
PublisherCentre for Research on Families and Relationships
No.88
ISSN (Print)2058-5039

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childhood
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Keywords

  • listening
  • early learning
  • childcare

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4 p. 2017, Research Briefing. (Research Briefing; No. 88).

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