Fri lek tillsammans med pedagogerna på fritidshemmet : En kvalitativ studie med ett sociokulturellt perspektiv

Detta är en M1-uppsats från Södertörns högskola/Lärarutbildningen

Sammanfattning: This study is based on the shared view of the free play and how the pedagogue should involve them self in it. That adults get involved in children’s play have accrued in other study’s but mostly in study’s that studying the preschools playtime. In the introduction the subject is problematized. Here it is shown that free play has several different views among pedagogues and authorities. The purpose of this study will be to study how the pedagogues is involving in the free play at the after-school centre and how their involvement is affecting the play itself. This will be done through the survey and observation method. The observation was carried out at a after-school centre and the questionnaires were answered by the after-school centre’s pedagogues. Through the collected empirical material, the study will investigate the pedagogue’s involvement through a socio-cultural perspective and previous research. The previous research is based on studies and scientific articles involving adult involvement in and view on children’s free play. The socio-cultural theoretical perspective, will together with the previous research, analyse the empirical material and in the end answer the study’s purpose. The result showed that the pedagogues at the after-school centre considered themselves thrifty with its involvement in the play because they didn’t want to risk ruining the children’s play. They only involved them self if necessary, to support the free play and to give it space and contribute what is needed for the play to considered good and developing. However, it turned out in the observations that the pedagogues became involved in the play to a large extent in two separate ways, passive, and active involvement. These two types of involvement are the basis for the study. In the discussion the result is discussed, and the conclusion drawn from the study is that the pedagogue’s passive and active involvement generates positive effects and contributes to an including, developing and learning free play. But for the free play to benefit in this way, skilled pedagogues with knowledge of play are required. The pedagogue’s involvement also shows important viewed from a intercultural perspective.

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