Word learning: Where do children learn best?

LuCiD affiliate Phoebe Harding-Walker recently wrote a blog in Research Hive which is based on research findings from one of our recent publications. 

In this study we worked closely with the Manchester Museum and an inner-city primary school to investigate which educational context better supported word learning in children – the museum or the classroom. So if you also wondered what educational context words are best learned visit Research Hive to access Phoebe's blog.

You can also read the paper this blog is based on:

Lester, N., Theakston, A. & Twomey, K. (2023). The role of the natural history museum in promoting word learning for young childrenInfant and Child Development, e2400, 1-17.



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