Læremidler i skolens praktiske fag

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Teaching resources in practical school subjects
The article examines how the school subjects woodwork, needlework and home
economics were established as systematic and pedagogically motivated didactic
concepts around 1900. The subjects are followed through three eras – being
defined by their material and technique in the first era, developing a focus
on aesthetics and personal expression in the second era, and focusing on design
processes and innovation in the third era. The article provides a material cultural
didactic and historical perspective on the practical subjects, where materials,
tools, models and subject-specific classrooms are essential in teaching practice.
The relations between students, teachers and subject-specific teaching/learning
materials structure the lessons and the progression in the subject through school
years and classes. With a close analysis of aprons, bread baskets and food recipes,
the article shows how students’ individual products have set strong standards
for how to do things, serving as ´learning pieces` in both school and life history.
Changing policy documents on the subjects only affect the form and use of
learning materials in a long term.
OriginalsprogDansk
TitelLæremidler : om materialitet og ord i produktion og praksis
RedaktørerLisa Rosén Rasmussen, Maria Rejkjær Holmen, Karoline Baden Staffensen
Antal sider29
Udgivelsessteds.l.
ForlagSelskabet for Skole- og Uddannelseshistorie
Udgivelsesår2018
Sider11 - 40
Artikelnummer1
ISBN (trykt)9788787185103
StatusUdgivet - 2018
SerietitelUddannelseshistorie
Nummer52
Vol/bind2018
ISSN0900-226X

    Forskningsområder

  • Grundskole, Materiel kultur, Sløjd, Folkeskole, Læremidler, Praktiske fag, Håndarbejde, Håndværk og design, Hjemkundskab, Madkundskab, Tingenes livshistorie

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