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With examples of real research projects from students and in-depth author commentaries, this is a step-by-step guide to undertaking an Early Years research project, helping students see what a good project really looks like.
Rosie Walker is a senior lecturer within the Centre for Early Childhood, Institute of Education at the University of Worcester. She has supervised many research projects with Foundation Degree, BA and Top up students as well as Masters and is responsible for managing student practice based experience. Rosie has been involved in research projects with students and has presented her work Carla Solvason is a senior lecturer within the Centre for Early Childhood, Institute of Education at the University of Worcester. Part of her role involves co-ordinating and managing student independent studies for the BA and Top up degree and in developing research within the centre and Institute. Carla teaches on the BA, Top up, PGCE and Masters programmes and is a research degree supervisor. Prior to lecturing, Carla worked as a researcher, a consultant for schools looking to create communication-rich environments and a primary school teacher. Carla has published work relating to student research, team around the student, school culture, educational equality and social justice.