How children choose: children's encounters with design
preprintposted on 2007-01-09, 09:46 authored by Ken Baynes
The aim of the present publication is to provide a broad context into which to fit current thinking about ‘How Children Choose’ in relation to their experience of design. It is based partly on observations and enquiries at the DESIGN WORKS exhibition but more centrally on a review of up-to-date research into the nature of child development and the emergence of intelligence. To that we have added the results of research by post-graduate students (largely experienced early years and primary school teachers) and a growing body of papers presented each year at the IDATER Conference at Loughborough University.
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CitationBAYNES, K., 1996. How children choose: children's encounters with design. Learning design: Occasional Paper No. 2. Loughborough: Loughborough University
Publisher© Loughborough University
NotesThis publication is Learning Design: Occasional Paper No. 2.