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Using complexity thinking to foster a games of chase curriculum in a New Zealand early childhood setting
(University of Canterbury. Early Years Care and Education, 2013)
This paper presents an example of how complexity thinking was used to foster a local curriculum related to games of chase at an EC setting. It shows how activities, teaching and children’s learning interacted in an on-going ...
Playing with philosophy: Gestures, life-performance, P4C and an art of living
It can hardly be denied that play is an important tool for the development and socialisation of children. In this article we argue that through dramaturgical play in combination with pedagogical tools such as the Community ...
The role of the art of living in early childhood education
The notions of well-being and happiness are widely used today in a range of disciplines, areas of research, educational practice and daily life. However, these terms have to be considered critically, and careful reflection ...
Dispositions of elite-level Australian rugby coaches towards Game Sense: characteristics of their coaching habitus
Bourdieu's analytic concept of habitus has provided a valuable means of theorising coach development but is yet to be operationalised in empirical research. This article redresses this oversight by drawing on a larger study ...
From darkness comes light: music as a reflection of the lived experience of young musicians following the Christchurch earthquakes
Context of the project: On 4 September 2010, 22 February 2011, 13 June 2011 and 23 December 2011 Christchurch suffered major earthquakes and aftershocks (well over 10,000) that have left the central city in ruins and many ...