Hur kommer det sig att vi ser på barns olikhet, på olika sätt? : En vetenskaplig essä om behovet av kollegial reflektion i förskolan
Sammanfattning: This essay deals with how we can look at children's differences and create an approach through interculturality as a method. The essay highlights the importance of collegial reflection, but also the individual reflection and that it is a necessity to create a common consensus on how to work with children who have a different pattern of behavior. The act describes two different events where staff from other departments act in such a way that I react to their attitude towards children who have a different behavior or a variation in function. But the dilemma of the event is also a non-action by me, as I feel that I am not acting in such a way as I should, which raises questions within me, over what is stopping me? and how is it that we look at children's differences so differently? With the help of literature that gave the opportunity for reflection on how an intercultural approach can be created and understanding of the importance of intersubjectivity in relationships, I have gained a greater understanding of how I should act in the future. The literature I have used mainly is articles written on behalf of Skolverket, Emilson, Lahdenperä, Edfeldt and Brodin and Hylander that describe Daniel Stern's method of intersubjectivity. And Emilson's thesis The desirable child: education expressed in everyday communication documents between teachers and children in preschool. The result that I have come up with after putting myself into different perspectives, read and reflected on the dilemma is that Today I understand the importance of us thinking through and conducting a dialogue about how we can create an understanding of children's inequality and their abilities. But also how complex the work with values and norms is. But that just by taking time to reflect and say to each other can still create an understanding of how we think and why. Collegial reflection is therefore important.
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