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… Read More ›
Anikke Hagen, Hilde Nancy Skaug, Kari Synnes Abstract The aim of this study was to investigate Norwegian early childhood teachers’ perceptions about where on the kindergarten’s outdoor playground the children prefer to play, and what characterizes these places. A questionnaire… Read More ›
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 ›
Karmen Johansson, Cecilia Nihlén Abstract AbstractThis paper discusses internationalisation through field studies abroad organized within English courses for student teachers at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. A pilot study sheds light on similarities and differences encountered concerning the school systems…. Read More ›
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