2019

Young children representing data

Joana Ribeiro, Ema Mamede Abstract The study aimed to understand young children’s ideas (4-6-year-olds, N=24) when collecting, organizing and representing data. It focuses on: 1) How do children understand data collection and organization? 2) What sort of difficulties do children… Read More ›

Project-based learning in initial teacher training curricula: Incorporating a visual method to enhance student agency and reflexive engagement in the learning process

Chris Warnock, Jill Duncan Abstract Project-based learning in initial teacher training curricula, considers the value of incorporating visual methodologies and sequential, phased learning to (re)conceptualise undergraduate assessment models. Sequential learning is introduced through a layered concept-mapping process upon a professional… Read More ›

Exploring how preschool teachers can secure the evolution of day care institution’s culture for applying Risky Play and development for chlidren’s personal-, motor- and social skills

Anne Bahrenscheer, Mathilde Sederberg Abstract Risky play is defined as, ‘An exciting and challenging game that involves uncertainty and the risk of physical injury.’ These are activities where children balance on the verge of losing control. The play is exciting… Read More ›