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Impact of Slow Pedagogy

This study looks at staffs understanding of Slow Pedagogy and the impact this has on children’s experience within our ELC setting.

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Froebelian Leadership: Cultivating a Network of Greek-Speaking Educators (Karagrigori)

In education’s dynamic landscape, collaborative networks are crucial. This project, “Froebelian Leadership: Cultivating a Network of Greek-Speaking Educators,” led by Foteini, Vasiliki, and Ioanna, aimed ...

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The Role of the Environment

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Assignments 2 & 3 from the Froebel in Childhood Practice certificate. This course was undertaken during academic year 2022-2023.

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How Does Your Garden Grow?

The project’s main aim was to develop knowledge and understanding of gardening through play and hands-on experiences. The project also recognised the importance of parental, ...

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“I am going to school.” Transition and autism

This project is a narrative account of the impact of introducing ‘I AM… Digital Stories’ into my nursery. It tells the story of a boy, ...

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Froebelian Principles and their Impact on Practice

An observational study to discover if a staff team with a shared mindset and greater understanding of Froebel Principles can have a positive impact on ...

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Using the nurturing qualities of songs and rhymes to support children to regulate their emotions

An observational study about how the use of songs and rhymes in small groups can support 2-3 year old children to regulate their emotions.

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Engaging together in nature

A study which looks at how early learning and childcare educators provide nature experiences and how families can get involved to engage in nature with ...

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Children playing with blocks

Can Freedom be Guided?

An observational study of the quality of planning and evaluating freedom with guidance.

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The believed they could, sew they did

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An observational study on whether engagement in sewing is a gender equal occupation for 2-5 year olds

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Having the Freedom to Bake!

A practical project to inspire children’s skill development in baking with their early years.

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