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Young children’s agency and rights in creative and cultural experiences: Ruth Churchill Dower

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posted on 2024-06-18, 08:29 authored by Jo Albin-ClarkJo Albin-Clark

Ruth Churchill Dower shared her recent work on creative potential in early childhood education at the CARE Research Network online reading group on 13 June 2024.

Ruth Churchill Dower is a PhD scholar at Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), researching nonlingual children’s embodied expressions. Her latest book, Creativity and The Arts in Early Childhood, explores the origins, impacts and conditions for creative potential to be unfolded and how different artforms can support early childhood practices, especially for neurodivergent children.

The Children's Agency and Rights in Education (CARE) Research Network holds a bi-monthly online reading group. More details can be found on the CARE Research Network web page.

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