Ever been asked to participate in a survey or study about early childhood and found yourself making excuses not to do it? You’re busy, right? It’s just another thing. But before placing that invitation in the bin, pause. It could be a chance to be part of something bigger than your own daily practice and the group of children you work with. The returns on investment might surprise you, says DR KELLY JOHNSTON, lecturer in STEM in early childhood.
|Specialist publication||The Spoke -Early Childhood Australia's blog|
|Publisher||Early Childhood Australia|
|Publication status||Published - 18 Sep 2019|
- early childhood
- practitioner research