Investigating how young children form concepts about science, engineering and technology.
Fleer’s Conceptual PlayLab aims to test ground-breaking play-based models for teaching science, technology, engineering and mathematics to young children.
"The beautiful mind of a young child" – Laureate Professor Marilyn Fleer
Funding details, project goals, timelines and rationale.
Research investigators, external advisers.
Here's what we've published.
Find out what we're up to, and how the project is progressing.
A website for early childhood educators to learn about Conceptual PlayWorlds.
We invite you to participate in our future research activities.
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