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Preschool teachers’ views on children's learning: an international perspective

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Preschool teachers’ views on children's learning: an international perspective. / Broström, Stig; Sandberg, Anette; Johansson, Inge ; Margetts, Key; Nylande, Berenice ; Frøkjær, Thorleif; Kieferle, Christa ; Seifert, Anja; Roth, Angela ; Ugaste, Aino; Vrinioti, Kalliope .

In: Early Child Development and Care, Vol. 185, No. 5, 2015, p. 824-847.

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Broström, S, Sandberg, A, Johansson, I, Margetts, K, Nylande, B, Frøkjær, T, Kieferle, C, Seifert, A, Roth, A, Ugaste, A & Vrinioti, K 2015, 'Preschool teachers’ views on children's learning: an international perspective', Early Child Development and Care, vol. 185, no. 5, pp. 824-847. https://doi.org/10.1080/03004430.2014.958483

APA

Broström, S., Sandberg, A., Johansson, I., Margetts, K., Nylande, B., Frøkjær, T., Kieferle, C., Seifert, A., Roth, A., Ugaste, A., & Vrinioti, K. (2015). Preschool teachers’ views on children's learning: an international perspective. Early Child Development and Care, 185(5), 824-847. https://doi.org/10.1080/03004430.2014.958483

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Broström S, Sandberg A, Johansson I, Margetts K, Nylande, B, Frøkjær T, Kieferle C, Seifert A, Roth A, Ugaste A, Vrinioti K. 2015. Preschool teachers’ views on children's learning: an international perspective. Early Child Development and Care. 185(5):824-847. https://doi.org/10.1080/03004430.2014.958483

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Vancouver

Broström S, Sandberg A, Johansson I, Margetts K, Nylande, B, Frøkjær T et al. Preschool teachers’ views on children's learning: an international perspective. Early Child Development and Care. 2015;185(5):824-847. https://doi.org/10.1080/03004430.2014.958483

Author

Broström, Stig ; Sandberg, Anette ; Johansson, Inge ; Margetts, Key ; Nylande, Berenice ; Frøkjær, Thorleif ; Kieferle, Christa ; Seifert, Anja ; Roth, Angela ; Ugaste, Aino ; Vrinioti, Kalliope . / Preschool teachers’ views on children's learning: an international perspective. In: Early Child Development and Care. 2015 ; Vol. 185, No. 5. pp. 824-847.

Bibtex

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title = "Preschool teachers{\textquoteright} views on children's learning: an international perspective",
abstract = "This comparative study investigated the perspectives of preschool teachers inAustralia, Denmark, Estonia, German, Greece and Sweden about learning andparticipation in preschool. A structured survey questionnaire investigated fourmain questions: What situations can be characterised as learning? What activitiesare important for learning? What are the best conditions for children{\textquoteright}s learning?How do preschool teachers understand participation in relation to children{\textquoteright}slearning in preschool? Results suggest that play, interactions with other childrenand adults, the provision of different activities and teacher support are importantfor children{\textquoteright}s learning. While similarities were noted, results indicate somedisparity between countries and a further in-depth interview-style study isrecommended to provide a deeper understanding of teachers{\textquoteright} perspectives andpractices around children{\textquoteright}s learning.",
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RIS

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AU - Sandberg, Anette

AU - Johansson, Inge

AU - Margetts, Key

AU - Nylande,, Berenice

AU - Frøkjær, Thorleif

AU - Kieferle, Christa

AU - Seifert, Anja

AU - Roth, Angela

AU - Ugaste, Aino

AU - Vrinioti, Kalliope

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KW - Participation

KW - Curriculum

KW - Early childhood

KW - children's perspective

KW - Lærerprofession

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KW - participation

KW - Curriculum

KW - Early childhood

KW - Teachers perspective

KW - Lærerprofession

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JF - Early Child Development and Care

SN - 0300-4430

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