Articles – JETEN

This is where I like to climb. Do you want me to show you? Children’s favourite places in the kindergarten outdoor playground – by Anikke Hagen and Hilde Nancy Skaug

KeywordsOutdoor playground, children’s perspectives, favourite play spaces, materiality, affordance. AbstractThe study investigates children’s view on preferred play spaces and what to play in the kindergarten’s outdoor playground. Walking alongside was carried out with 128 5-to 6-years old children in kindergartens… Read More ›

PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS PERFORMANCE IN GEOMETRY IN THE COLLEGES OF EDUCATION, GHANA  – by Puotier Zutaah, Marguerite Khakasa Miheso-O’Connor and Samson Rosana Ondigi

KeywordsMathematics, Geometry, pre-service teacher Abstract Studies indicate that geometry enables pre-service teachers to link mapping objects in the classroom to real-life situations. Additionally, studies indicated that the proficiency development of the participants is a challenge. The study investigated participants’ performance in… Read More ›

A powerful affinity  in on-going singular(s)  process. Sharing artistic practices in training teachers – by Luc Dall’Armellina, Samira Jamouchi, and Kerttuli Saajoranta 

KeywordsArtistic workshop, collaborative process, friendship/friendliness, international contexts, subjects-yet-to-come. AbstractIn this article, we question and reflect on our collaborative work and research throughout our participation at several European Teacher Education Network (ETEN) conferences. We present four workshops we designed and conducted… Read More ›

‘A day in the life’: Supporting trainee teachers in finding the ‘Keys to inclusion’ though a case study of one mainstream school’s inclusion of a child on the autism spectrum – by Lucy Barker

Key wordsInclusion, special educational needs, trainee teachers, autism, collaboration.  AbstractSuccessful inclusion of students with autism in mainstream schools means a degree of challenge for trainee teachers which may require additional supports (Crossland and Dunlap, 2012). Therefore, there is a need… Read More ›