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Eva rlemalm-Hagsr & Anette Sandberg

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Chapter 13: Early Childhood Education for Sustainability: The Relationship between Young Children's Participation and Agency – Children and Nature

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Early Childhood Education for Sustainability: The Relationship between Young Children's Participation and Agency – Children and Nature
Early Childhood Education for Sustainability: The Relationship between Young Children's Participation and Agency Children and Nature
Eva rlemalm-Hagsr Anette Sandberg
INTRODUCTION

This chapter discusses and provides an overview of contemporary understandings within early childhood education for sustainability (ECEfS) from two perspectives: young children's participation and agency, and the relationship between children and nature. This chapter has both theoretical and practical implications, as it intends to deepen the understanding of ECEfS and the complex web of present-day educational activities which combine notions and ideas from the early history of preschools in Sweden with more ...

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