Pedagogic and didactic practice in relation to kindergarten environment. Results from the ODIN study – by Sederberg, Bahrenschee, Friis Rohde, Nielsen and Specht

KeywordsMovement activities, outdoor learning, risky play, fantasy, immersion, kindergarten AbstractThe objective of this qualitative study was to investigate the pedagogic and didactic practise of outdoor kindergarten environment as compared to conventional kindergarten environment in rotation kindergartens. Qualitative data were collected… Read More ›

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 ›

Quality in PE-teaching

In the TIG Movement. Play and Outdoors, Stine Degerbol and Mats Johnsson from Malmö University presented a workshop on quality in PE-teaching. The workshop was composed by a set of moves based on “Counter balancing”, basic Acrobatics moves. As a… Read More ›

TIG: Movement, Play, Health and Outdoor learning

15.00-15.10 Welcome. TIG and CO-TIG leaders Anne Bahrenscheer and Mats Johnsson. Short presentation.   All participants present themselves – your name, home institution. 15.10-15.40 1. Presentation and discussion. Cathy Crabbe, Docent &  Leertrajectbegeleider, Onderwijsgroep lerarenopleiding, Educatieve Bachelor lager onderwijs Presentation… Read More ›