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Would early educational support benefit left-handed learners in early years settings?

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If you have a few minutes can you help with this research project 🙂


Statement of Intent
This research study aims to identify whether or not left handed children aged between 3 and 5 years old face any challenges in their early years’ education, and if there is a need for additional support and/or awareness.
As early years educators you are best placed to give your views and opinions in these matters in the form of a questionnaire and a possible interview.  Participants are able to give consent to continue to the interview stage (conducted electronically) however, only 3 will be selected to participate.
There is scope for this research to impact on policy and practice. However, this is not its intended purpose, which is purely academic, as a part of the completion of my Honours Degree in Education, Society and Development at University Centre South Devon.
Data gathered for this study will remain confidential, kept on a password-protected computer and seen only by me, the lead researcher. Identifying data will be kept to a minimum in the gathering of this research and anonymised in the publishing.  Gathered data will only be stored for as long as is needed to complete the research and destroyed thereafter.  This is in accordance with the British Educational Research Association (2018), the General Data Protection Regulation (2018), and the Data Protection Act (1998).
Participants are free to withdraw from the process without explanation up until a completed questionnaire has been submitted. After this point questionnaires will be coded and therefore only identifiable to the individual.
A summary of the completed research will be sent to the participating institutions.
If you have any questions at any point please contact student30034817@gmail.com


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