Young Children’s Knowledge About the Moon: A Complex Dynamic System
The purpose of this research was to use a multidimensional theoretical framework to examine young children’s knowledge about the Moon. The research was conducted in the interpretive paradigm and the design was a multiple case study of ten children between the ages of three and eight from the USA and Australia. A detailed, semi-structured interview was conducted with each child. In addition, each child’s parents were interviewed to determine possible social and cultural influences on the child’s...[Show more]
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