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    Brask, Malin
    Karlstad University, Faculty of Technology and Science.
    En pedagogisk fysisk inomhusmiljö: Hur kan den se ut?2009Independent thesis Basic level (professional degree), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    The purpose of this study is to investigate how an educational physical indoor environment can be constructed and also to examine whether the environment affects children's development and learning. The study presents both previous research and illustrates the pre-school teachers' thoughts on the environment's effect on children's learning.

     

    The study was conducted using both an open-question questionnaire, and through interviews, to provide for an in-depth analysis of the important play of construction.

     

    The answers revealed that all pre-school teachers consider the physical indoor environment to be enormously important from a pedagogical perspective (point of view). The pre-school teachers stated that too small rooms, large number of children in the groups and lack of funding, were factors that prevented them from creating an ideal indoor environment. However, their understanding of the importance of the indoor environment prompted them to use their fantasy and creativity to get the best physical indoor environment as possible.

     

    Previous research confirms the educationalists' opinions on the importance of the indoor environment. This knowledge unfortunately seems to rest with the pre-school teachers and is not considered when deciding on the number of children in the day-care groups, financial means for material or when building new day-care centres.

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