It's a small world

Wednesday, December 3, 2003

I am doing a research project and would like Nursery World readers to spare a few moments to fill in a simple questionnaire. The study has been devised in an effort to learn what educators value in small-world play sets, so that such products can be improved in the future. Ethical considerations such as race and gender will be explored, as well as more practical factors such as price, durability and storage. The questionnaire is aimed at UK-based teachers, nursery nurses, play workers and nursery managers involved in the care and education of children aged nought to five.

I am doing a research project and would like Nursery World readers to spare a few moments to fill in a simple questionnaire. The study has been devised in an effort to learn what educators value in small-world play sets, so that such products can be improved in the future. Ethical considerations such as race and gender will be explored, as well as more practical factors such as price, durability and storage.

The questionnaire is aimed at UK-based teachers, nursery nurses, play workers and nursery managers involved in the care and education of children aged nought to five.

Please email me at ms_allison_hedley@btopenworld.comand I will send you a copy of the questionnaire.

Allison Hedley Newcastle upon Tyne

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