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Voices in a Pandemic: Using deep mapping to explore children’s changing sense of place during the COVID-19 pandemic in UK (2024)
Journal Article
Webber, A., Jones, V., McEwen, L., Deave, T., Gorell Barnes, L., Williams, S., …Gopinath, D. (in press). Voices in a Pandemic: Using deep mapping to explore children’s changing sense of place during the COVID-19 pandemic in UK. Children's Geographies, https://doi.org/10.1080/14733285.2024.2315153

Children’s sense of place is important for wellbeing, development and belonging in a community or place. The VIP-CLEAR (Voices in a Pandemic – Children’s Lockdown Experiences Applied to Recovery) project used creative methods and repeat engagement t... Read More about Voices in a Pandemic: Using deep mapping to explore children’s changing sense of place during the COVID-19 pandemic in UK.

Amplifying the voices of neurodivergent students in relation to higher education assessment at UWE Bristol (2023)
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Chicken, S., Fogg Rogers, L., Hobbs, L., Hunt-Fraisse, T., & Lewis, D. (2023). Amplifying the voices of neurodivergent students in relation to higher education assessment at UWE Bristol. UWE Bristol

This paper reports on a study funded by the UWE Pedagogical Project fund in 2021-2022, which aimed to amplify the voices of neurodivergent (referred to as ‘ND’) students in relation to lived experiences of Higher Education (HE) assessment practices w... Read More about Amplifying the voices of neurodivergent students in relation to higher education assessment at UWE Bristol.

Primary pathways: elementary pupils’ aspiration to be engineers and STEM subject interest (2022)
Journal Article
Edmonds, J., Lewis, F., & Fogg Rogers, L. (2022). Primary pathways: elementary pupils’ aspiration to be engineers and STEM subject interest. International Journal of Science Education, Part B: Communication and Public Engagement, 12(3), 221-234. https://doi.org/10.1080/21548455.2022.2067906

Across Europe, there is concern about the number and diversity of pupils taking study routes leading to Engineering. There is growing evidence that these career choices begin to form at elementary school age (Moote et al., 2020). Science, maths and d... Read More about Primary pathways: elementary pupils’ aspiration to be engineers and STEM subject interest.