Call for expressions of interest to join a research group in Early Childhood Educational Anthrozoology (based at Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK)
The research group has a particular focus on developing connections between researchers who are looking at the ways in which;
- young children’s animals-related learning is scaffolded by early education professionals and in education settings
- child-animal relationships are supported/managed in different early education contexts
- adults develop young children’s thinking about anthrozoology
- practice varies in different contexts
- teaching and learning is connected to local and global initiatives
Within the research group, a journal is being developed – the Journal of Early Childhood Educational Anthrozoology – which members are encouraged submit to.
If you would like to join the ECEA research group, please email firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance, with a brief synopsis of your research background and your interests as they relate to the focus of the research group.
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