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Children as competent and autonomous research participants : piloting self-initiated video diaries to understand young children’s perspectives of creativity

Arnott, Lorna and Grogan, Deirdre and Duncan, Pauline (2013) Children as competent and autonomous research participants : piloting self-initiated video diaries to understand young children’s perspectives of creativity. In: European Early Childhood Educational Research Association Conference, 2013-08-28 - 2013-08-31, Estonia.

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Abstract

This presentation discussed piloting self-initiated video diaries to understand young children’s perspectives of creativity.