Presentations and Handouts on Friday, 31tst August, 2007 IV.

12. 12. 2007

Symposium Set IV.  2:00 - 3:30


SYMPOSIUM IV/1 - VYGOTSKY ON HUMAN NATURE AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

Keynote session

room: Congress Hall I.

chair: James Wertsch

McDonnell International Scholars Academy, Washington University, USA

Click here to reach the presentation of  James Wertsch


SYMPOSIUM IV/2 - PARENTS’ PERSPECTIVE AND FAMILY INVOLVEMENT

Individual papers

☞ room: lounge 11

1. Affordances; Crossing the Border from the Personal Perceptual Schemas to Socially Mediated Learning Dispositions, Martin Needham, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

2. The Role of Parents in the Early Years: The Relationship between Research, Ethics, and Politics, Michel Vandenbroeck, Department of Social Welfare Studies, Ghent University, Belgium - No presentation is available for this symposium.

3. Role of an Adult in the Development of a Child: Evidence from a Home-based Intervention Program, Deniz Senocak, Mother Child Education Foundation, Turkey

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/3 - CO-OPERATION BETWEEN FAMILIES AND TEACHERS

Self-organised symposium

Trust and Co-operation between Pre-school Teachers and Parents

☞ room: executive room 128

1. Family Involvement and Trust in Kindergarten and School, Airi Niilo, University of Tartu, Estonia

2. Parent-Teacher Trust and Possibilities of Co-operation, Marita Kontoniemi, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

3. From Co-operation to Partnership between Parents and Pre-school Teachers, Pirjo-Liisa  Poikonen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/4 - PLAY

Self-organised symposium

Different approaches to play in the outdoors

room: executive room 127

1. Levels of Physical Activity According to Affordances of Pre-school Outdoor Environments, Trond L. Hagen, Queen Maud’s College for Early Childhood Education, Trondheim, Norway

2. Spacious Communication: A Socio-cultural Consideration of the Affordances of the Indoor and Outdoor Environment for Different Communication Patterns between Children and Their Teachers, Jane Waters, Swansea University, Department of Childhood Studies, United Kingdom

3. Challenging and Risky Play Outdoors in Pre-school; Affordances of the Play Environment, Ellen Beate Hansen Sandseter, Queen Maud’s College for Early Childhood Education,  Trondheim, Norway

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/5 - APPLYING SOCIO-CULTURAL THEORY IN PLAY AND LEARNING

Self-organised symposium

Constructing and Critiquing Approaches to Cultural-Historical Research

☞ room: executive room 126

1. Greener and Safer – How Do Children Play in Their Communities? Marilyn Fleer and Gloria Quinoness, Monash University, Australia

2. Stories of Practice: Teachers’ Narratives as Mediating Artefacts in Fostering Professional Learning, Joce Nuttall, Monash University, Australia

3. The Third Space: In Search of the Emotional Context of Children’s Play and Development,  Marie Hammer, Monash University, Australia

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/6 - TEACHERS’ PRACTICE: INTERACTION WITH CHILDREN

Self-organised symposium

Body and Movement as Fundamental Categories for Early Childhood Education

room: executive room 124

1. Physical Space and Corporeality – Pedagogical Implications of the Organisation of Kindergarten Rooms on Children’s Play and Activity, Thomas Moser, Early Childhood Education Research Centre, Faculty of Education, Vestfold University College, Tønsberg,Norway - No presentation is available for this symposium.

2. Kinaesthetic Learning, Ilse Marie Mortensen, Aarhus Municipality, Department for Children and Youth, Denmark - No presentation is available for this symposium.

3. Education and Movement, Ulrike Ungerer-Röhrich, Department of Physical Education and Sport, University of Bayreuth, Germany - No presentation is available for this symposium.

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/7 - EARLY CHILD DEVELOPMENT

Individual papers

☞ room: lounge 12

1. Peer Collaboration as Aim and Resource in Early Education, Heli Makkonen, North Karelia University of Applied Sciences, Finland

2. Listening to the Voices of the Socially Marginalised: Perceptions, Reality and the View from the Playground, Richard Taffe, Charles Sturt University, Australia

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/8 - SUPPORTING DEVELOPMENT THROUGH SCAFFOLDING

Individual papers

room: Moravia Restaurant

1. Developing Pedagogic of Health Improvement – A New Area of Multidisciplinary Research in Pre-school Eduation, Gulshat Urazalieva (1) and Vladimir Kudryavtsev (2)

(1) Russian State University for the Humanities, Russian Federation, (2) The L. S. Vygotsky Institute of Psychology of The Russian State University for the Humanities, Russian Federation - No presentation is available for this symposium.

2. Psychological Aspects of Education Aimed at Personality Development in the Context of Vygotsky’s Educational Psychology, Ghelena Khovrina, Russian State University for the Humanities, Vygotsky Institute of Psychology, Russian Federation

3. Social Origin of Mathematical Thinking: As-if Discourse as a Basis for Scaffolding in Preschools, Minati Panda, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India - No presentation is available for this symposium.

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/9 - TRANSITIONS

Self-organised symposium

Transition from Kindergarten to Primary School: Different Discourse, Different Perspectives

between Early Childhood and Primary School Teachers

☞ room: executive room 125

1. Study on the Images of Practical Terms Used in Teachers’ Narratives; Comparative Analysis between Kindergarten and Elementary School Teachers, Takako Noguchi (1) and Riyo Kadota (2), (1) Jumonji University, Japan, (2) Seinan Gakuin University, Japan - No presentation is available for this symposium.

2. Transforming Teachers’ Discourse over Transition from Kindergarten to Primary School in Japan: Video Viewing as a Research Tool, Minowa \junko (1), Ashida Hiroshi (2), Suzuki Masatoshi (3), (1) Kawamura Gakuen Woman’s University, Japan, (2) University of Hyogo, Japan, (3) Hyogo University of Teacher Education, Japan - No presentation is available for this symposium.

3. Collaboration and Transformation of Activity Systems of Kindergarten-Primary School, Akita Kiyomi (1) and Oda Yutaka (2), (1) The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Education, Japan, (2) The National Institute of Special Education, Japan - No presentation is available for this symposium.

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/1 - ZONE OF PROXIMAL DEVELOPMENT

Self-organised symposium

Interaction between Children’s Life Conditions and Their Co-constitution of Each Others ZPD

room: lounge 8

1. Young Children’s Identity Formation in Transition to School Life, Ditte Winther-Lindqvist, University of Copenhagen, Denmark - No presentation is available for this symposium.

2. Children’s Co-constitution of ZPD, Ivy Schousboe, University of Copenhagen, Denmark - No presentation is available for this symposium.

3. Children and Pedagogues in Co-operative Interaction, Daniela Cecchin, BUPL Pedagogues’ Trade Union, Denmark - No presentation is available for this symposium.

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/11 - UNDERSTANDING MATHEMATICS IN EARLY YEARS

Self-organised symposium

Language as a Tool for Young Children’s Mathematics Learning

☞ room: lounge 7

1. Children from Families with Migration Background – The Relationship of Language and Number Concept Development in Early Childhood Education, Angela Schmitman Gen. Pothmann and Andrea Peter-Koop, University of Oldenburg, Germany - No presentation is available for this symposium.

2. The Latitude and Longitude of Play in School: The Development of Mathematical Concepts and Language in Early Childhood, Maulfry Worthington, The Free University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

3. ‘Children Invent Maths’ with Uniform Objects in Large Quantities – An Inner Dialog of Imagination and Structuring, Kerensa Lee Huelswitt, University of Bremen, Germany

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/12 - MULTILINGUAL DEVELOPMENT

Individual papers

room: lounge 6

1. Translating as a Situated Activity, Marjorie Faulstich Orellana (1) and H. Julia Eksner (2), (1) University of California at Los Angeles, USA, (2) Northwestern University, Germany - No presentation is available for this symposium.

2. Biliteracy in Two Different Alphabets: Does it Make You Smarter? Muzeyyen Sevinc, Marmara University-Istanbul, Turkey - No presentation is available for this symposium.

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/13 - LANGUAGE LEARNING

Individual papers

☞ room: lounge 1

1. Language Experiences of Preverbal Children in Australian Child-care Centres, Berenice Nyland, RMIT University, Australia

2. The Beauty of Computers. A Case Study, Linda Arnott,  Northlink College, South Africa - No presentation is available for this symposium.

3. Experimental Study of Speech Development Precognition in Pre-Lingual Period (Normal and Abnormal Development), Galina Mishina, Russian State University for the Humanities, Vygotsky Institute of Psychology, Russian Federation

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/14 - LANGUAGE AS A TOOL OF COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT/ INVOLVING CHILDREN IN RESEARCH

Individual papers

room: executive room 129

1. A Knowledge Creation Approach to Environmental Education in Early Childhood: Vygotskian Theories in Practice, Cynthia Prince, Eastern Institute of Technology, New Zealand - No presentation is available for this symposium.

2. “I Don’t Need Your Help”: Fifth Graders, Vygotsky, & Peer Editing, Mary Christianakis, Occidental College, USA

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/15 - ART, MUSIC AND DRAMA

Individual papers

☞ room: executive room 130

1. La Rotation Artistique, Dominique Hudicourt Riboul, Tipa Tipa (SbS Haiti), FOKAL (OSI Haiti), Haiti

2. Making Richer Sense: Young Children Using Drawing as a Mediating Tool, Kathy Ring, York St John University, United Kingdom

3. It Rains Colours: Art as a Pedagogical Tool in a Social Intervention Programme, Anastasia Houndoumadi, Centre for Artistic and Pedagogical Training “Schedia”, Greece - No presentation is available for this symposium.

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/16 - ART, MUSIC, AND DRAMA

Individual papers

☞ room: executive room 123

1. Cultural Literacy of Icelandic Pre-school Children: Children’s Experience of Folktales, Classical Literature for Children, Popular Culture and Computers, Thordis Thordardottir, Iceland University of Education, Iceland - No presentation is available for this symposium.

2. Co-constructing a Sense of Place: Curriculum that Reflects the Shared Understanding of Life in the Agricultural Intermountain West, Tricia Giovacco-Johnson, University of Wyoming, USA - No presentation is available for this symposium.

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/17 - ASSESSMENT APPROACHES AND EXPERIENCES

Individual papers

room: lounge 2 & 3

1. Speech and Language Development of Estonian Pre-schooler, Tiiu Tammemäe, Tallinn University, Estonia - No presentation is available for this symposium.

2. Authentic Assessment for Children in the Early Years, Avril Sweeney, National Council for Curriculum and Assessment, Ireland

3. Teachers’ Ratings of Children’s Achievements at the End of Pre-school Year: Children with Special Requirements, Ene Mägi, Tallinn University, Estonia - No presentation is available for this symposium.

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/18 - MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION

Self-organised symposium

Young Children Participating in Research

☞ room: Congress Hall III.

1. French Children’s Voices about Pre-school, Sylvie Rayna, Université Paris Nord, France

2. Methodological Issues in Video-based Research with Children, Chiara Bove, University of Milano, Italy - No presentation is available for this symposium.

3. ‘Seen but Never Heard’ Children’s Voices in England, Dalvir Gill, Centre for Research in Early Childhood Birmingham, England, United Kingdom

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/19 - POLICY AND PRACTICE IN INCLUSIVE EDUCATION

Self-organised symposium

Language Development and Inclusive Education

room: lounge 4

1. Múlaborg: a Pre-school for Everyone, Guðmundsdottir Gyða, Múlaborg Pre-school, Iceland
2. Non-traditional Communication Methods and Language Development in Inclusive Education, Guðmundsdottir Brynhildur, Múlaborg Pre-school, Iceland,
3. Cultural Diversity and Language Development, Nichole Leigh Mosty, Múlaborg Pre-school, Iceland

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/20 - POLICY AND PRACTICE IN INCLUSIVE EDUCATION

Individual papers

☞ room: lounge 9

1. Inclusive Bilingual Education: Ethnographic Case Studies from the Palestinian Jewish ‘Front’, Zvi Bekerman, Hebrew University, Jerusalem - No presentation is available for this symposium.

2. Starting Primary School in Ireland: the Experience of Refugee Children and their Families, Philomena Donnelly, St. Patrick’s College, Ireland

3. Respect for Diversity in the Early Childhood Setting – What We Have Learnt: Case Studies from around the Globe, Jacqueline Hayden (1) and Oscar Odena, (1) Bernard van Leer Foundation, The Netherlands, (2) Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/21 - TEACHER TRAINING

Self-organised symposium

Making Learning Visible

room: lounge 5

1. How do Student Teachers Consider Their Learning in Practice, Anneli Niikko, Teacher Education Department in Savonlinna, University of Joensuu, Finland - No presentation is available for this symposium.

2. Paradigm Shift Not Yet Accomplished, Ludo Heylen, Centre for Experiential Learning, Catholic University Leuven, Belgium - No presentation is available for this symposium.

3. Co-constructing Knowledge – Facilitating Graduateness, Theodora Papatheodorou, Paulette Luff and Christine Such, Faculty of Education, Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/22 - POLICY OF EARLY EDUCATION IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES

Discussion group

ECEC Policy and Practice across UK, the Republic of Ireland and in the Nordic Countries:

Implications for Early Childhood

☞ room: Old Czech Beer Pub

- No presentation is available for this symposium.

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/23 - POLICY OF EARLY EDUCATION IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES

Individual papers

☞ room: executive room 122

1. Examining E-learning in Socio-cultural Communities of Early Childhood Teachers: 21st Century Learning Approaches for Professional Development, Linda Newman, University of Western Sydney, Australia

2. ‘If It Takes a Village’ – The Impact of the Global Village on Learning Opportunities, Marion Flett, Bernard van Leer Foundation, The Netherlands

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/24 - THEORETICAL APPROACHES AND FINDINGS

Individual papers

room: Plenary Hall

1. Similarities and Differences between the Two Psychological Theories: Vygotsky and Gal’perin, Ludmila F. Oboukhova, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Russian Federation - This presentation hasn’t been uploaded because the file is too large. If you would like reach this presentation, please e-mail Eva Izsak at eizsak@issa.hu

2. L.S. Vygotsky’s Hypothesis of the Interiorization of Higher Mental Functions and the Problem of Learning Interaction in the Developmental Learning, Viktor Guruzhapov, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Russian Federation

 

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/25 - TEACHERS’ REFLECTIVE PRACTICE

Individual papers

☞ room: executive room 121

1. A Foundation Stage Learning Network – Extending and Building on Practitioner’s Knowledge through Accredited Professional Development, Carole Goodchild and Margaret Francis, City of York Council – Learning Culture and Children’s Services, United Kingdom - No presentation is available for this symposium.

2. How Preschool Teachers in Sweden Experience their Educational Work, Inger Hensvold, Stockholm Institute of Education, Sweden - No presentation is available for this symposium.

3. Where Did This Practice Come from? Gerda Sula, Step by Step Centre, Albania

 

SYMPOSIUM IV/26 - INNOVATION: IMPLEMENTING THEORY INTO PRACTICE

Self-organised symposium

Working on Innovation in Early Childhood: An Experience from Poland

room: Bohemia Top Restaurant

1. Overcoming Pre-transition System and Behaviours: What are the Issues for Early Childhood Programmes? Magdalena Helman-Barylska, Astrid Lindgren Institute for Early Childhood Development, Poland - No presentation is available for this symposium.

2. Young Children in Poland: A Report on Early Education, Teresa Ogrodzinska, Comenius Foundation for Child Development, Poland  - No presentation is available for this symposium.

3. Implementing Early Childhood Programmes: Issues and Challenges, Anna Blumsztajn (1) and Antonina Bojanowska (2), (1) Comenius Foundation for Child Development, Poland (2) Astrid Lindgren Institute for Early Childhood Development, Poland - No presentation is available for this symposium.



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