Passende parathed i danske familier og daginstitutioner

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Resumé

What do parents and pedagogues do together and separately in order to make children ready /prepared - currently and historically? How is readiness seen as connected with school? The research project builds on earlier research on the
relationship between familial and institutional preschool-socialisation (Kryger, Kampmann, Bach, Ellegaard). It also builds on theories of Lareau, Parenting (Furedi, Faircloth, Lee) and Aarseth. The study builds on a multitude of methods: among others ethnographic observation, interviews with parents and pedagogues, workshops with pedagogues - in four different day care settings – with focus on 5-years old, comparative elements (with field work in Singapore and New Zealand) and historical comparison with secondary analysis of parent interviews made in y2000. Pedagogues and parents were recruited to the study based on written information, guaranteed anonymity and consent. Pedagogues were involved in interpretation workshops. General findings of the ethnographic observation are presented focussing on findings from the parent interviews contrasting them with year 2000 parent interviews. The study identifies a continued focus on the discourse of “the social child''. This is currently somewhat under pressure from the discourse of ''the school child'' - with a growing focus on academic preparation and readiness. Compared with 2000 there seems to be more emphasis on school, more concern on being prepared and more anxiety. Overall we identify a visible ambivalence and tension among the adult actors at all institutional levels between a “play pole” and a “instruction/school pole”. The study points to the value of reflexive perspective sharing between pedagogues and parents.
Bidragets oversatte titelPassende parathed i danske familier og daginstitutioner
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato30 aug. 2018
StatusUdgivet - 30 aug. 2018
BegivenhedEECERA 28th conference: Early Childhood Education, families and communities - Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Ungarn
Varighed: 28 aug. 201831 aug. 2018
Konferencens nummer: 28

Konference

KonferenceEECERA 28th conference
Nummer28
LokationBudapest University of Technology and Economics
LandUngarn
ByBudapest
Periode28/08/201831/08/2018

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    Ellegaard, T. (2018). Appropriate readiness in Danish family and preschool education. Abstract fra EECERA 28th conference, Budapest, Ungarn.
    Ellegaard, Tomas. / Appropriate readiness in Danish family and preschool education. Abstract fra EECERA 28th conference, Budapest, Ungarn.
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