Hear our Head of Program for Public Outreach, Laura Henderson, talk you through who we are and what we do. This video describes how children, or young people, who work with the journal are peer reviewers of real scientists.
Laura is keen to dialog with other open pedagogy practitioners.
Your comments, questions and expressions of interest are welcome.
If you want to chat with the team from Frontiers for Young Minds and have any of your questions answered during this week’s online conference, please join us at the times below when we will be available on Zoom!
Will and I are really looking forward to seeing you at our live Q&A sessions (times and links above).
Watch our introductory talk first and bring your questions, we can’t wait to meet you and hear from you - and if you can’t attend the live sessions, leave us your questions here or on our Sponsor page, we’ll get back to you this week!
I really love the way you include young students in reviewing the articles and respecting their input. I agree that including them in the process encourages them to “be scientists” now as reviewers and next engage in their own research.