Have your say about communication across home and early education settings in a digital age

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A/Prof Maryanne Theobald is part of a research team in the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child researching home-education communication practices in a digital age.

About the project:
Communication approaches have changed since the days of taking notes home. This study is interested in the many ways that parents, caregivers, and educators share information. We will explore how parents, caregivers and educators work together to connect and promote children’s positive educational experiences. A key focus of the study is to understand how relationships are built through digital and non-digital modes of communication.
The Aim:
The aim of the project is to understand how communication happens, who communicates, the frequency of communication, when and where different communication modes are utilised, and the reasons for communication.
Who’s invited:
Parents, caregivers, centre directors, teachers, educators, and other staff of non-compulsory early education settings are invited to complete a survey about digital communication practices.
How to participate
To find out more about the study and to complete the survey please follow the link or scan the QR code. The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete.


Parents and Caregivers: https://qsurvey.qut.edu.au/jfe/form/SV_5zJDGeEgCRccxP8

Staff: https://qsurvey.qut.edu.au/jfe/form/SV_3Esg5qz5uYY0AKO

(QUT Ethical clearance number: 5799)

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