Steps for engaging young children in research: the toolkit

Victoria Johnson, Roger Hart, Jennifer Colwell

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Abstract

The researcher toolkit has been developed to support researchers to include young children in research; particularly children aged 5 to 8 years of age. While it has been designed to support those who are seeking to include young children in research for the first time it is hoped that the broad range of methods described will also be of value for more seasoned researchers. It does this by providinga six-step process for designing research and through systematically identifying and describing a range of methods that have been used with young children in diverse contexts around the world. Chapters are written by international academic and practitioner researchers. It accompanies the researcher guide
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationThe Hague, The Netherlands
PublisherEducation Research Centre, University of Brighton
Number of pages153
Publication statusPublished - 1 Sep 2014

Keywords

  • child rights
  • participation
  • ethics
  • participatory methods
  • inclusion
  • capabilities

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Johnson, V., Hart, R., & Colwell, J. (2014). Steps for engaging young children in research: the toolkit. The Hague, The Netherlands: Education Research Centre, University of Brighton.
Johnson, Victoria ; Hart, Roger ; Colwell, Jennifer. / Steps for engaging young children in research: the toolkit. The Hague, The Netherlands : Education Research Centre, University of Brighton, 2014. 153 p.
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