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Odgaard, Ane Bjerre – Journal of Pedagogy, 2023
Transition to school is recurrently pointed out as key to children's immediate well-being at school start, as well as to their long-term educational endeavors. Aspirations towards continuity during transition is a common denominator across research, policy, and practice, in Denmark as well as internationally. This theoretical-conceptual paper…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Transitional Programs, Child Care, Kindergarten
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Jørgensen, Hanne Hede – Journal of Pedagogy, 2023
In Danish early childhood education and care (ECEC), pedagogues traditionally work in a child-centred manner, valuing the children's experiences. During the last 150 years pedagogues have developed expertise in framing everyday life for children while paying double attention to the children's perspectives, on one hand, and to their own pedagogical…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Early Childhood Education, Play, Research Methodology
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Koch, Anette Boye – Journal of Pedagogy, 2023
In Danish early childhood education and care (ECEC), fun is often emphasised as a key pedagogical tool but is used rather unreflexively. While well-being and happiness have been studied in various ways, the potential of fun is not included in theoretical discussions regarding happiness and well-being, although most people identify having fun as a…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Humor, Psychological Patterns, Teaching Methods
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Togsverd, Line – Journal of Pedagogy, 2023
The aim of the article is to support critical consideration about what quality is and might be in ECEC. It argues that two different quality cultures -- understandings of what quality is, how it may be understood and supported -- intersect and create tensions in relation to the ECEC area in Denmark. One is analyzed as influenced by a transnational…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Quality, Early Childhood Education, School Culture
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Bernstorff, Benedicte – Journal of Pedagogy, 2023
From a child-centered perspective, this article explores the practices of children's self-organized play-communities in institutional everyday life in Danish early childhood education and care (ECEC) settings, based on a phenomenological non-participant-observational study with a duration of 16 months involving two kindergartens (Bernstorff,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Childrens Attitudes, Play, Group Activities
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Blomgren, Henriette – Journal of Pedagogy, 2023
The aim of the article is to analyse aesthetic encounters in Danish early childhood and care (ECEC) centres and create knowledge of and a language for aesthetics as sensitive encounters and vibrant matters between humans and the world. The article thus challenges traditional assumptions about and understandings of aesthetics as simply impression,…
Descriptors: Aesthetics, Early Childhood Education, Child Care, Kindergarten
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Theilmann, Birgitte Madsen – Journal of Pedagogy, 2023
The conceptualisation of vulnerability among Danish pedagogues in the context of early childhood education and care (ECEC) is framed by both Danish legislation (Dagtilbudsloven, 2020) and key pedagogical concepts such as "well-being," "learning," "development" and "formation" (Ministry of Children and…
Descriptors: Preschool Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Early Childhood Education, Phenomenology
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Eduardo Enrique Sandoval-Obando; Nicolás Pareja-Arellano; Claudio Hernández-Mosqueira; Hernán Riquelme-Brevis – Journal of Pedagogy, 2023
Generativity, manifested through interest in and commitment to the development of future generations, is a relevant dimension of teaching culture. Objective: To characterize the personal and professional development manifested by educators working in rural schools in Chile. Method: An interpretative-qualitative approach was adopted, based on an…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Rural Education, Teachers, Teacher Attitudes
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Ivo Jirásek; Richard Macku; Jirí Nemec; Lucie Jarkovská – Journal of Pedagogy, 2023
The paper deals with the work of the Czech children's author Jaroslav Foglar from a gender perspective, reflecting on two themes in particular: the absence of heroines; and his understanding of boys' reciprocity and friendship with the adoration of physicality. The impetus for this analysis was data from a questionnaire survey, the aim of which…
Descriptors: Childrens Literature, Authors, Informal Education, Gender Bias
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Felipe Aravena – Journal of Pedagogy, 2023
This research aims to explore how school principals determine whether they have low-performing teachers among their staff. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 24 principals in Chilean public schools. The qualitative research entailed an inductive approach, along with an interview methodology and content analysis to investigate the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Principals, Public Schools, Low Achievement
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Constantia Adamos Charalampous – Journal of Pedagogy, 2023
Despite the progress in education in recent years, the marginalization of students identified as having special educational needs (SEN) persists. Students characterized as having SEN is one of the factors that could change the status quo and lead to greater inclusion. The current research project adopted a mixed methodology to investigate this…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Inclusion, Secondary Schools, Special Education
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Raphael Koßmann – Journal of Pedagogy, 2023
By complying with their "job", i.e., completing the tasks set for them by teachers, pupils develop their subject skills. They do this in a classroom setting where they can perceive each other regarding their abilities. Besides content learning, pupils, thus, also have to position themselves emotionally and action-practically towards the…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Heterogeneous Grouping, Knowledge Level, Students with Disabilities
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Nesrin Ozturk – Journal of Pedagogy, 2023
The instrumentality and standardization of education may be important for functioning in contemporary societies. However, reducing education to measurable competencies may result in the loss of human value. Indeed, education becomes real when it relates to the reality of individuals. Existentialist education focuses on students' freedom and…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Philosophy, Cognitive Processes, Knowledge Level
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Medegård, Emma; Henrixon, Karolina; Basic, Goran – Journal of Pedagogy, 2022
This study presents new knowledge arising from teachers' verbal accounts of successes and obstacles in the organizational and practical work of upper-secondary schools with newly arrived students. The analysis reveals several dimensions contributing to the construction and reconstruction of successes and obstacles in the teachers' accounts.…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Secondary School Teachers, Secondary School Students, Immigrants
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Ng, Chiew Hong; Cheung, Yin Ling – Journal of Pedagogy, 2022
The paper draws on two drama series in Asia and demonstrates that studying issues related to gender roles and equality through popular historical Asian drama series is both challenging and fruitful. The present study not only illustrates the complexity involved in studying gender roles and gender equality, but also suggests several teaching…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Sex Role, Sex Fairness, Social History
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