Published on in Vol 11 , No 7 (2022) :July

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/36925, first published .
The Role of Mealtimes in Fostering Language Development and Aligning Home and School Learning: Protocol for a Multi-Method Study of Preschool Children in Rural Kenya and Zambia

The Role of Mealtimes in Fostering Language Development and Aligning Home and School Learning: Protocol for a Multi-Method Study of Preschool Children in Rural Kenya and Zambia

The Role of Mealtimes in Fostering Language Development and Aligning Home and School Learning: Protocol for a Multi-Method Study of Preschool Children in Rural Kenya and Zambia

Henriette Zeidler 1 , PhD ;   Claire Farrow 1 , PhD ;   Megan Jarman 1 , PhD ;   Grace Koteng 2 , PhD ;   Barnabas Simatende 3 , PhD ;   Danielle Matthews 4 , PhD ;   Haatembo Mooya 3 * , PhD ;   Laura R Shapiro 1 * , PhD ;   Pamela Wadende 2 * , PhD

1 School of Psychology , College of Health and Life Sciences , Aston University , Birmingham , GB

2 Department of Educational Psychology , School of Education and Human Resource Development , Kisii University , Kericho , KE

3 Department of Psychology , Humanities and Social Sciences , University of Zambia , Lusaka , ZM

4 Department of Psychology , University of Sheffield , Sheffield , GB

*these authors contributed equally

Corresponding Author:

  • Henriette Zeidler, PhD
  • School of Psychology
  • College of Health and Life Sciences
  • Aston University
  • Aston Triangle
  • Birmingham
  • GB
  • Phone: 44 702349027
  • Email: h.zeidler1@aston.ac.uk