This doctoral research project investigates children’s (aged from 5-10 years old) co-creation processes of playful learning solutions that account for media-rich activities and tools that the children have created in peer groups or with adults. At present, little is known how co-creation processes evolve in peer interactions and how adults can support young children’s co-creation. Also little research can be found how material artefacts support children’s co-creation processes. This study investigates children’s co-creation of playful learning solutions, co-creation process and children’s views of co-creation and its processes.
Ms. Heidi Sairanen