Enhancing youth learning through Community and Citizen Science: a guide for practitioners
Created Oct. 26, 2021, 12:21 a.m.
Updated Oct. 26, 2021, 12:21 a.m.
This guide was designed to support practitioners running Community and Citizen Science programmes and similar informal science learning activities. It shares the findings and recommendations of the international LEARN CitSci research study, which explored the learning processes and outcomes for young people aged 5–19 years who participated in Community and Citizen Science projects. The research identifies key design features that may enhance youth learning and the development of a sense of agency for taking environmental action.
|Authors:||L Robinson; J Wardlaw; J Lorke; A Young; a miller; v burton; c herodotou; l higgins; g miller; m ghadiri khanaposhtani; a benavides lahnstein; h sanghera; m aristeidou; r johnso; h ballard; j jennewein; s pratt-taweh; n ismail; g pauly; t papathoma; r swanson;|
|Publisher:||Natural History Museum London|
|Year of publication:||2021|