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Einarsdottir Johanna (2006). « From Pre-school to Primary School: When different contexts meet ». Scandinavian Journal or Educational Research, vol. 50, n° 2, avril, p. 165–184. En ligne : <http://ejournals.ebsco. ... ID=43B6AD5603875EC6AA8B>. 
Added by: Marie Gaussel (01 Jan 1970 01:00:00 Europe/Paris)
Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Einarsdottir2006
Categories: General
Keywords: enseignement primaire, Islande
Creators: Einarsdottir
Collection: Scandinavian Journal or Educational Research
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Abstract     
The study aimed to investigate the pedagogy and beliefs of Icelandic pre-school and first-grade teachers during times of immense changes in the policy and trends of early childhood education. The practices of 2 pre-school teachers working with the oldest pre-school children and 2 primary school teachers working with the youngest primary school children were examined. Qualitative methods were used, including participant observations, interviews, and document collection. The results of the study show differences in the practices of the two pairs of teachers and the social contexts that influenced the teachers' practices. The degree of control the teachers had over their work varied between school levels and the degree of control the children had over their learning also varied between school levels. The results indicate that the downward pressure of academic subjects is becoming evident.
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