Fritidsklubben som læringsrum?

Matilde Ruud Heldager Andersen, Elissa Valles Kirkegaard, Michelle Langeskov Bang & Julie Jochims Engelbrechtsen

Studenteropgave: Fagmodulprojekt


This project examines how the youth center is viewed as an environment of learning. Furthermore, how the Danish School Reform from 2014 has impacted on the learning potentials in the youth center. In this project, four interviews have been made which form the basis of the analysis. The interviews consist of one leader of a youth center, a child and youth worker, and four children (two boys and two girls). In order to investigate this subject matter three theorists have been elected, this include Basil Bernstein, Carl Rogers, and Etienne Wenger. Through this investigation we found that the youth center contains many potentials of learning, which mainly include developing social skills. The skills accomplished through the youth center have more flexible structure which offers children more co-determination and room for creativity. The School Reform consequences on the youth center involve to shorten the actual time children are in it and cause more tired children. The implication of this is that some learning potentials are impeded.

UddannelserPædagogik og Uddannelsesstudier, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor
Udgivelsesdato22 dec. 2015
VejledereStine Helms


  • Etienne Wenger
  • Læringspotentialer
  • Carl Rogers
  • Fritidsklub
  • Basil Bernstein