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COVID–19, Education and Learning: Amplifying Young Children’s Voices

Jacky Tyrie Orcid Logo, Gisselle Tur Porres Orcid Logo

Swansea University Authors: Jacky Tyrie Orcid Logo, Gisselle Tur Porres Orcid Logo

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The document provides a report on a study that sought to amplify the voices of young children, aged 3-6years during the Covid-19 pandemic, about their experiences of education at that time. The report details the methodology adopted during the study, which includes the use of creative and participat...

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ISBN: 978-1-80535-305-8 WG46805
Published: https://hwb.gov.wales/professional-development/the-national-strategy-for-educational-research-and-enquiry-nsere/collaborative-evidence-network/ Welsh Government 2023
URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa63750
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Abstract: The document provides a report on a study that sought to amplify the voices of young children, aged 3-6years during the Covid-19 pandemic, about their experiences of education at that time. The report details the methodology adopted during the study, which includes the use of creative and participatory methods designed to ensure that researchers could access and record the experiences of the young children. Considerable detail about the experiences of the young children is included in the findings chapters. This report includes a range of recommendations. Education policy makers and teachers should attend to these in planning curriculum experiences for children in the early and foundation years, as well as primary years of schooling. Parents and community organisations may wish to consider which recommendations might be supported by their activity andconversations with the school sector. Researchers may wish to consider the methods used in accessing young children's experiences in their own research with young children.
Item Description: This document is aimed at anyone who has an interest in young children's experiences of education during the Covid-19 pandemic, and/or accessing young children's voices through creative participatory methods. This includes teachers, education policy makers, parents and communityorganisations, and researchers.
Keywords: EducationCOVID-19Children and Young ChildrenChildren's voices
College: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Funders: Welsh Government