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Ylva Jannok Nutti

In: The SAGE Handbook of Outdoor Play and Learning

Chapter 21: Along Paths of Movement: Sámi Children and Early Childhood Student Teachers as Wayfarers

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Along Paths of Movement: Sámi Children and Early Childhood Student Teachers as Wayfarers
Along Paths of Movement: Smi Children and Early Childhood Student Teachers as Wayfarers
Ylva Jannok Nutti
INTRODUCTION

The Sámi people are one of the world's Indigenous peoples; living in Sápmi, the northern part of Scandinavia in Norway, Sweden and Finland, and on the Kola Peninsula of Russia. Historically, when a child was brought up in a Sámi community, children took part in outdoor livelihood activities with their families. During these activities, knowledge, skills and values were passed down from one generation to another (Balto, 2005; Jannok Nutti, 2007; Oskal, 2000; Sara, 2004). Today, this approach is still central in the upbringing ...

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