[{"title":"Lek, l\u00e4rande och lycka - Lekande och utforskande i f\u00f6rskolan (Play, learning and happiness: Playing and exploring in preschool)","image":"","fullt":["Play, learning and happiness: Playing and exploring in preschool\r\nM Nilsson \/ A-K Grankvist \/ E Johansson \/ J Thure \/ B Ferholt \r\n128 pages\r\n\r\nWhat happens when play, inspired by culture, aesthetics and educators' role models, meets exploratory project work? What challenges and opportunities for growth, learning, joy and togetherness does this offer for children and educators in preschools? What opportunities for development of preschool activities can it offer and can it be understood as teaching?\r\n\r\nThis book describes how preschool teachers and researchers together plan, implement and reflect on a preschool activity that wishes to live up to the Swedish preschool state curriculum's intentions to foster activities that are fun, safe and educational for all children, but also for the educators.\r\n\r\n(This book describes an example of preschool pedagogical research, specifically a playworld study, that is called early childhood education research from within. This is an encounter between the academy and the preschool that has been developed on the assumption that if teachers who believe that children are capable and competent, and who therefore listen closely and respectfully to children, participate in such research, then children are indirectly a part of a research team and their voices can potentially influence early childhood education and scholarship in the field via the academy. Simultaneously, if researchers conducting their research in preschools strive to have this research guided by the\r\ninterests of teachers and by the teachers\u2019 knowledge, then these researchers can act as catalysts, helping preschool activities to change in response to contradictions in these activities.)\r\n\r\nLek, l\u00e4rande och lycka\r\n- Lekande och utforskande i f\u00f6rskolan\r\nM Nilsson\/A-K Grankvist\/E Johansson\/J Thure\/B Ferholt\/128 s\r\n\r\nVad h\u00e4nder n\u00e4r lek, som inspireras av kultur, estetik och pedagogers rollgestaltningar, m\u00f6ter utforskande projektarbete? Vilka utmaningar och m\u00f6jligheter till v\u00e4xande, l\u00e4rande, gl\u00e4dje och samvaro inneb\u00e4r det f\u00f6r barn och pedagoger i f\u00f6rskolan? Vilka m\u00f6jligheter till utveckling av f\u00f6rskolans verksamhet kan det inneb\u00e4ra och kan det f\u00f6rst\u00e5s som undervisning?\r\n\r\nI den h\u00e4r boken beskrivs hur f\u00f6rskoll\u00e4rare och forskare tillsammans planerar, genomf\u00f6r och reflekterar \u00f6ver en f\u00f6rskoledidaktik som \u00f6nskar leva upp till l\u00e4roplanens intentioner om en verksamhet som \u00e4r rolig, trygg och l\u00e4rorik f\u00f6r alla barn, men ocks\u00e5 f\u00f6r pedagogerna.\r\n\r\n"],"desc":"Play, learning and happiness: Playing and exploring in preschoolM Nilsson \/ A-K Grankvist \/ E Johansson \/ J Thure \/ B Ferholt 128 pagesWhat happens when play, inspired by culture, aesthetics and educators' role models, meets exploratory project work? What challenges and opportunities for growth, learning, joy and togetherness does","descb":"Play, learning and happiness: Playing and exploring in preschoolM Nilsson \/ A-K Grankvist \/ E Johansson \/ J Thure \/ B Ferholt 128 pagesWhat happens when play, inspired by culture, aesthetics and educators' role models, meets exploratory project work? What challenges and opportunities for growth, learning, joy and togetherness does","id":"531","fullt2":["Play, learning and happiness: Playing and exploring in preschool\r\nM Nilsson \/ A-K Grankvist \/ E Johansson \/ J Thure \/ B Ferholt \r\n128 pages\r\n\r\nWhat happens when play, inspired by culture, aesthetics and educators' role models, meets exploratory project work? What challenges and opportunities for growth, learning, joy and togetherness does this offer for children and educators in preschools? What opportunities for development of preschool activities can it offer and can it be understood as teaching?\r\n\r\nThis book describes how preschool teachers and researchers together plan, implement and reflect on a preschool activity that wishes to live up to the Swedish preschool state curriculum's intentions to foster activities that are fun, safe and educational for all children, but also for the educators.\r\n\r\n(This book describes an example of preschool pedagogical research, specifically a playworld study, that is called early childhood education research from within. This is an encounter between the academy and the preschool that has been developed on the assumption that if teachers who believe that children are capable and competent, and who therefore listen closely and respectfully to children, participate in such research, then children are indirectly a part of a research team and their voices can potentially influence early childhood education and scholarship in the field via the academy. Simultaneously, if researchers conducting their research in preschools strive to have this research guided by the\r\ninterests of teachers and by the teachers\u2019 knowledge, then these researchers can act as catalysts, helping preschool activities to change in response to contradictions in these activities.)\r\n\r\nLek, l\u00e4rande och lycka\r\n- Lekande och utforskande i f\u00f6rskolan\r\nM Nilsson\/A-K Grankvist\/E Johansson\/J Thure\/B Ferholt\/128 s\r\n\r\nVad h\u00e4nder n\u00e4r lek, som inspireras av kultur, estetik och pedagogers rollgestaltningar, m\u00f6ter utforskande projektarbete? Vilka utmaningar och m\u00f6jligheter till v\u00e4xande, l\u00e4rande, gl\u00e4dje och samvaro inneb\u00e4r det f\u00f6r barn och pedagoger i f\u00f6rskolan? Vilka m\u00f6jligheter till utveckling av f\u00f6rskolans verksamhet kan det inneb\u00e4ra och kan det f\u00f6rst\u00e5s som undervisning?\r\n\r\nI den h\u00e4r boken beskrivs hur f\u00f6rskoll\u00e4rare och forskare tillsammans planerar, genomf\u00f6r och reflekterar \u00f6ver en f\u00f6rskoledidaktik som \u00f6nskar leva upp till l\u00e4roplanens intentioner om en verksamhet som \u00e4r rolig, trygg och l\u00e4rorik f\u00f6r alla barn, men ocks\u00e5 f\u00f6r pedagogerna.\r\n\r\n"],"link1":"","link2":"","link3":"","dlink1":"","dlink2":"","dlink3":""},{"title":"Book Review: Youth, critical literacies, and civic engagement: arts, media, and literacy in the lives of adolescents","image":"","fullt":["Abstract: In Youth, Critical Literacies, and Civic Engagement: Arts, Media, and Literacy in the Lives of Adolescents, Theresa Rogers and her coauthors report on research that took place in the years leading up to the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, a time when the city was in the global spotlight overshadowing the escalating local social and economic disparities. At the heart of this text are young people\u2019s stories that shine light on the significance of these social and spatial relations in youths\u2019 daily lives and experiences. A primary objective of this work is a call for heightened awareness of and attendance to issues of equity and social justice through innovative arts-based pedagogies, both in and outside of schools, that have been muffled within the neoliberal context."],"desc":"Abstract: In Youth, Critical Literacies, and Civic Engagement: Arts, Media, and Literacy in the Lives of Adolescents, Theresa Rogers and her coauthors report on research that took place in the years leading up to the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, a time when the city was in the global spotlight overshadowing the","descb":"Abstract: In Youth, Critical Literacies, and Civic Engagement: Arts, Media, and Literacy in the Lives of Adolescents, Theresa Rogers and her coauthors report on research that took place in the years leading up to the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, a time when the city was in the global spotlight overshadowing the","id":"539","fullt2":["Abstract: In Youth, Critical Literacies, and Civic Engagement: Arts, Media, and Literacy in the Lives of Adolescents, Theresa Rogers and her coauthors report on research that took place in the years leading up to the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, a time when the city was in the global spotlight overshadowing the escalating local social and economic disparities. At the heart of this text are young people\u2019s stories that shine light on the significance of these social and spatial relations in youths\u2019 daily lives and experiences. A primary objective of this work is a call for heightened awareness of and attendance to issues of equity and social justice through innovative arts-based pedagogies, both in and outside of schools, that have been muffled within the neoliberal context."],"link1":"https:\/\/doi.org\/10.1080\/10749039.2016.1155624","link2":"","link3":"","dlink1":"doi link to full review","dlink2":"","dlink3":""},{"title":"Heteromation and Other Stories of Computing and Capitalism by Hamid Ekbia and Bonnie Nardi","image":"","fullt":["Please see the links for published reviews. "],"desc":"Please see the links for published reviews. ","descb":"Please see the links for published reviews. ","id":"530","fullt2":["Please see the links for published reviews. "],"link1":"http:\/\/www.publicbooks.org\/invisible-algorithms-invisible-politics\/","link2":"https:\/\/onlinelibrary.wiley.com\/toc\/1564913x\/156\/3-4","link3":"https:\/\/ethicalpolitics.org\/ablunden\/works\/heteromation.htm","dlink1":"Here is a review by Laura Forlano in Public Books","dlink2":"Here's a review by Janine Berg in the International Labour Review (scroll down).","dlink3":"Here's a short review by Andy Blunden."}]