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Pedagogical Beliefs, Activity Choice and Structure, and Adult–Child Interaction in Nursery Classrooms
A qualitative analysis of four cooking activities undertaken in two nursery classes reveals relationships between the adults' pedagogical beliefs, the choice and structuring of activities, and the nature of adult–child participation. Analysis of the data reveals a dichotomy in the cooking activity choices made by the adults between baking recipes which required a high level of adult control, and other cooking activities which required minimal adult intervention.
Updated: Jan. 12, 2010