Children, Technology and Play (CTAP) Survey
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The School of Education at the University of Cape Town (UCT) investigated children’s learning through digital play. The aim of the study was to explore the intersection between child play, technology, creativity and learning among children aged between 3 and 11 years. The study also identified skills and dispositions children develop through both digital and non-digital play. The data shared emerged from a survey of parents of children in the stated age group, with particular reference to the parents views on children's play practices, including time parents spent playing with their children, concerns parents had on time children spend playing on various technologies, types of play children in South Africa engaged in and the concerns of parents when children played with some electronic devices. The following data files are shared:
SA - Survey - Children, Technology and Play (CTAP) - Google Forms.pdf
Descriptive Stats 2020.1.9 -Children Technology and Play SURVEY.xlsx
Parent Survey RAW PUBLIC DATA 2020.2.29 - Children Technology and Play Project.xlsx
Parent Survey RAW PUBLIC DATA 2020.2.29 - Children Technology and Play Project.csv
Parent Survey REPORT DATA 2020.2.29 - Children Technology and Play Project.xlsx
Parent Survey REPORT DATA 2020.2.29 - Children Technology and Play Project.csv
Parent Survey RAW and REPORT DATA SYNTAX 2020.2.29 - Children Technology and Play Project.sps
NOTE: This survey was adapted from Marsh, J. Stjerne Thomsen, B., Parry, B., Scott, F. Bishop, J.C., Bannister, C., Driscoll, A., Margary, T., Woodgate, A., (2019) Children, Technology and Play. UK Survey Questions. LEGO Foundation.