outdoor learning

The Belief in Outdoor Play and Learning

Cato Tandberg, Karen Marie Eid Kaarby Abstract Norwegian kindergartens traditionally use outdoor environments for play and learning also for the youngest children regardless of the season. This research examines the assumptions and priorities underlying teachers’ work with movement and sensory… 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 ›