Valérie Kemp has joined the research project COMPARE (Collaboration with Parents and Multiliteracies in Early Childhood Education) as a PhD Candidate in July 2020. The project is led by Associate Professor Dr Claudine Kirsch and funded by the National Research Fund (FNR), the Ministry of Education (MENJE) and the National Youth Service (SNJ).

She conducts qualitative research in three crèches in Luxembourg to investigate children’s and adults’ interactions in multiliteracy practices and the meaning making processes of three-year old children. Her doctoral project is co-supervised by Professor Dr Drorit Lengyel at the University of Hamburg.

Valérie obtained a Master’s degree in Learning and Communication in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts and a Bachelor’s degree in Educational Sciences from the University of Luxembourg.

Research interests
Non-formal Education
Early Childhood
Qualitative Research

Latest content Valérie Kemp took part in

Collaboration with parents and multiliteracy in early childhood education
the COMPARE project from the University of Luxembourg aims to develop multiliteracy practices and establish partnerships between parents and educators through a professional development.
Bilingualism Matters @ Luxembourg
The University of Luxembourg will host an international branch of Bilingualism Matters a research and information centre with headquarters at the University of Edinburgh and international partner branches all over the world.