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Lam, Ho Cheong – International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 2019
Phenomenography is internationally well-known for its use in studying learning and teaching in educational settings. This paper begins with the discussion of two approaches reported in the literature to study classroom teaching in the phenomenography tradition. The paper goes on to put forward a third approach that is in essence to return to the…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Educational Philosophy, Learning Processes, Chinese
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Kjällander, Susanne; Frankenberg, Sofia Johnson – International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 2018
This article takes its point of departure in the research methodology of a comprehensive and multi-disciplinary innovative intervention study in Swedish preschools with preschoolers aged 3-5, involving two digital learning games focusing early math and executive functions. Based on a combination of video-ethnography, focus groups, field notes and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Intervention, Preschool Education, Preschool Children
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Adair, Jennifer Keys; Pastori, Giulia – International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 2011
The Children Crossing Borders (CCB) study is a polyvocal, multi-sited project on immigration and early childhood education and care in five countries: Italy, Germany, France, England and the USA. The complicated nature of the data pushed us as a group to expand our methodological resources to not only organize the data but also to make it…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, Educational Research, Early Childhood Education, Research Methodology
Lunn, Paul; Bishop, Alison – International Journal of Research and Method in Education, 2005
This article arose from a series of workshops with practitioners in early years teaching. The workshops addressed how history could be taught to very young children, three- to five-years-old. The authors were aware that there was a widely held belief that history was inappropriate for the very young child. The authors felt that this was because of…
Descriptors: Workshops, Young Children, Foreign Countries, History Instruction