This book explores the dynamics in children's everyday lives as they move between school and the family, with particular consideration of how children's motives change in response new challenges. Professors Mariane Hedegaard and Marilyn Fleer follow four children, two from Australia and two from Denmark, over a twelve-month period. Using these case studies, they show how children's everyday activities, play, and the demands of both family and educational contexts influence their learning and development. The authors contribute to a sociocultural theory formulation that includes the child's perspective in cultural historical contexts. Their approach yields insights that transcend specific nationalities, cultures, and socioeconomic situations. The analysis shows not just how children's family life shapes their experiences in school, but how schools influence and shape their lives at home.(apparently anticipating making up a bottle of milk for Louise) MOTHER; Dona#39;t look at me. ... The magnetic mechanism on the door seals it fast, and makes it difficult for Andrew to open the door again. ... The mother has in mind the milk container, but Andrew is already anticipating the need for the baby bottle, which hasanbsp;...
|Title||:||Play, Learning, and Children's Development|
|Author||:||Mariane Hedegaard, Marilyn Fleer|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2013-04-22|