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Lanterns

Thomas Dylan, Abigail Durrant, Sena Çerçi, Shaun Lawson, John Vines
2021 Proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
forms of free play outdoors for preschool children.  ...  We designed the Lanterns, a tangible interactive resource that is made using household materials and guided by a template, and which explores new possibilities to inspire social play and embodied interaction  ...  This research was conducted as part of the Playing Out with IoT project funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). Grant. no: EP/P025544/2.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3411764.3445745 fatcat:ckfannw5qndu3pqjejz4dot5te

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2014 Journal of Childhood Studies  
A special thank you to Stefanie Morra, my graduate assistant during this project.  ...  Warden's philosophy, experience, passion, and ideas make Nature Kindergartens and Forest Schools a good book; however, seeing her present is a much more engaging and provoking experience than reading her  ...  I'd spent much of my childhood's free time outdoors.  ... 
doi:10.18357/jcs.v39i2.15216 fatcat:h5knv4kncnbktoaml745kcnuui

Arctic Design: Basic Concepts and Practice of Implementation [chapter]

Svetlana Usenyuk-Kravchuk, Daria Akimenko, Nikolai Garin, Satu Mietteinen
2020 RELATE NORTH: Tradition and Innovation in Art and Design Education  
Acknowledgments This research has been supported by a grant from the Academy of Finland as part of the TechFashion -Design of Future Wearable Computing project.  ...  Additionally, she is grateful to the individuals who agreed to meet and discuss the snowhow project, as well as Pierre De Coninck for his guidance and support.  ...  The collective follows play scholar Sutton-Smith and sees play as an ambiguous activity, thus drawing attention to 'the play within' maps or 'playing with' mapping (Playful Mapping Collective, 2016).  ... 
doi:10.24981/2020-7-1 fatcat:j37bahgpazdhhogo42vms4xtya

A Cultural-Historical Study of Scientific Concept Formation Possibilities for Preschool Children in Everyday Environments

JUI JUDITH GOMES
2019
It is argued that teacher and parent awareness about science in the everyday environment gives a new understanding about science pedagogy in the early years of education.  ...  home and preschool environments.  ...  His mother mentions Jimmy had brought the beanstalk at home that he planted at the preschool, it grew nice and afterwards it died… He holds the Lego beanstalk on top of a green Lego bin and joins it to  ... 
doi:10.26180/5c63b7bcc4967 fatcat:ns3hlgqi7ncmbd323zi43h5rl4

Pairing Craft-making and Interactivity with Mandarin Learning - How Mobile Devices Can Be Better Used To Help Migrant Preschoolers Maintain Mandarin As Their Heritage Language

Wil-Kie Tan
2016
The pairing of co-created craft/toy objects between parents/carers with their preschoolers provides interesting opportunities to integrate the maintenance and transmission of Mandarin with a materially  ...  However the effectiveness of solely using mobile devices as a learning tool for preschoolers remains debatable.  ...  inspired to learn.  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/58576a72f2c2c fatcat:soa4fjcu5rbqzlyigig7kymxvm

Multimodal literacy learning opportunities within a grade six classroom literacy curriculum: constraints and enablers

Terry Loerts, Rachel Heydon
2016 Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education  
Classroom curriculum literacy events were analyzed in relation to the study questions using a Modified Constant Comparison Method.  ...  The study aimed to document the students' literacy practices within these opportunities. It asked: What multimodal literacy learning opportunities does a grade six classroom afford?  ...  All these resources helped students act out a scene from the play using whatever was available within the classroom to help bring their play to life.  ... 
doi:10.1080/03004279.2016.1139608 fatcat:bfjrjvdn3bft3dw2yc32qbz4gq

Working between cultures : individual voices and multiple visions of childcare teachers

Zoobi Waqar
2001
I document childcare teachers' lives and their words, a deliberate gesture to bring forward whom I have come to know in a community.  ...  Skills that teachers want children to know and learn are related to their personal beliefs and experience of not only what children are able to do at a particular level, but what they feel is important  ...  Once my son was in preschool at Dera-Doon, I volunteered to supervise his class fieldtrips and the children's outdoor play.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0054689 fatcat:pbnbvlre6nfdfcukyx6blh46ei

Folklore/cinema: popular film as vernacular culture

2008 ChoiceReviews  
It is assumed that children are inherently good and playful (or that play makes them good) and that they have the ability to reform evil, technology, and bad programming.  ...  In the land where she is free to roam, she is equally free to embrace all that history and mystery allow.  ...  should be out early in 2008. k. a. laity currently holds the position of assistant professor in the Julie M-a leblanc is a doctoral candidate in folklore at Memorial University of Newfoundland and a graduate  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.45-4871 fatcat:aabfewuferckroaewdgrdlsore

The Executive Council of the International Advisory Board Effectiveness of Blended E-Learning Approach in a Flipped Classroom Environment

Mr Mitsumasa, Aoyama Director, Donald Hall, Herbert, Ann Siegel Dean, Steve Cornwell, Jose Mari, M Calamlam, De La, Salle Santiago, Zobel School
2016 Blended Learning. Journal of Turkish Science Education   unpublished
Pictures and sound play important roles in children's learning.  ...  There is a research showed that pictures play a great role in children's lives and reinforce children's knowledge about the environment, creating a sense of confidence (Gonen & Guler, 2011) .  ...  The rapid development of mobile devices and the increase in their use by preschool children, revealing how technology plays an important role in this generation.  ... 
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An analysis of Malaysian-Chinese parents' negotiation of identities as their children begin early childhood education and care in Malaysia and Australia

Shi Jing Voon
2022
In order to gain a full understanding of how parents overcome this particular ECEC disjuncture, it is vital to consider the roles and responsibilities that they attach to their identities.  ...  Consistent routines are crucial in developing children's feelings of predictability, security and trust.  ...  Acknowledgements My academic endeavour to date has been a collective process.  ... 
doi:10.25949/19434368.v1 fatcat:orglohe7qrbtpf5tcxuxvpwnyq

A Framework for Domain-Driven Development of Personal Health Informatics Technologies

Elizabeth Lindley Murnane
2017
To begin, I describe what domain knowledge encompasses, why it is valuable, and how to synthesize insights from diverse sources in order to gain an appreciation of the role technology can play in a given  ...  This dissertation advances a vision of Personal Health Informatics (PHI), a class of tools that can leverage personal data to support health selfmanagement.  ...  for a PHI system aimed at helping parents monitor their children's growth patterns).  ... 
doi:10.7298/x4cr5rbr fatcat:kq7uwox4lrdfzbnfi7xkdi3yny

Nîhîyaw Awasak: validation of Cree literacies. An ethnographic study of children at home, at school, and in the community

Barbara Laderoute
2005
Also, if unauthorized copyright material had to be removed, a note will indicate the deletion.  ...  In the unlikely event that the author did not send UMI a complete manuscript and there are missing pages, these will be noted.  ...  Acknowledgements I wish to acknowledge my Heavenly Father, to give Him glory and honor for the wisdom and the knowledge He has given me to complete this work. I praise Him for what He has  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3-m4gq-wy35 fatcat:nslv4ao7rffxln5q6olqnv25iq

Female characters in Turkish German cinematic space: an analysis with examples of three recent films

Michelle Robertson
2022
Gender plays a central role in nation-building, and in how the state interacts both with its existing population and with immigrants.  ...  Turkish immigrants to Germany were frequently constructed as being from a ‗backward' tradition, and patriarchal norms viewed as evidence of a resistance to integration in German society.  ...  I also wish to thank Professor Dr Ortrud Gutjahr at the Universität Hamburg, for our many fruitful discussions during my two months spent there in 2007, with the funding support of a Macquarie University  ... 
doi:10.25949/19427777.v1 fatcat:4mb7x6ub3jarfb4ws4vsq5aq2q