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    • Femåringers motoriske kompetanse og fysiske form 

      Berg, Anne; Lysklett, Olav B. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Barns fysiske form kan gi en indikasjon på deres helse og ha betydning for deres sosiale ferdigheter, selvoppfatning og læring. Hensikten med denne studien er få økt kunnskap om sammenhengen mellom femåringers fysiske form ...
    • Four- to six-year-old children’s experiences of participating in different physical environments and activities in early childhood education and care institutions in Norway 

      Sivertsen, Anne Holla; Moe, Børge (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Children’s well-being in early childhood education and care (ECEC) is associated with their participation in both planning and assessing ECEC activities. The aim of the study presented here was therefore to explore children’s ...
    • Fra bildebok til barneteater 

      Fodstad, Cecilie Dyrkorn; Rønningen, Lene Helland (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
      Artikkelen følger en devised teaterproduksjon for barn som tar utgangspunkt i en bildebok av Lisa Aisato, En fisk til Luna (2014). I produksjonens forprosjekt benyttes en referansegruppe fra en barnehage bestående av ti ...
    • From interactivity to intra-activity in performing arts for children. 

      Hovik, Lise (Others, 2022)
      This essay introduces dilemmas and experiences of making interactive theatre for children based on findings from the SceSam Project. This artistic research project bridged artistic practice and theoretical perspectives on ...
    • Gender matters: male and female ECEC practitioners’ perceptions and practices regarding children's rough-and-tumble play (R&T) 

      Storli, Rune; Sandseter, Ellen Beate Hansen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      The aim of this study was to explore Norwegian early childhood education and care (ECEC) practitioners’ perceptions and practices regarding children’s indoor and outdoor rough-and-tumble play (R&T) from a gender perspective. ...
    • Genetic Rescue of the Highly Inbred Norwegian Lundehund 

      Melis, Claudia; Pertoldi, Cino; Ludington, William Basil; Beuchat, Carol; Qvigstad, Gunnar; Stronen, Astrid Vik (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Augmenting the genetic diversity of small, inbred populations by the introduction of new individuals is often termed “genetic rescue“. An example is the Norwegian Lundehund, a small spitz dog with inbreeding-related health ...
    • A GoPro Look on How Children Aged 17–25 Months Assess and Manage Risk during Free Exploration in a Varied Natural Environment 

      Tangen, Steffen; Olsen, Alexander; Sandseter, Ellen Beate Hansen (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-05-21)
      Research indicates that risky play has positive effects on children’s development, learning and health, and ability to assess and manage risk, but there is a lack of knowledge on how toddlers engage in risky play. This ...
    • Gripes mulighetene? Om lesestunder med de yngste barna i barnehagen 

      Dybvik, Hilde; Fodstad, Cecilie Dyrkorn; Jæger, Henriette (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Studien retter seg mot høytlesningspraksiser i barnehagen, og belyser samspillet rundt bøker som finner sted mellom barnehageansatte og barn, avgrenset til småbarn (0–3 år). Til grunn for diskusjonene er et videomateriale ...
    • Guided play: From instruction to creativity when constructing automata 

      Bidarra, Graça; Vaz-Rebelo, Piedade; Thiel, Oliver; Alferes, Valentim; Silva, Isabel; Barreira, Carlos; Santos, A.; Almeida, Jorge; Machado, I; Conceição, A.; Bartolleti, Corinna; Ferrini, Francesca; Josephson, Joel; Kostova, Nelly (Journal article, 2020)
      Play is a very important activity for children development and there are evidences that it can be an added value when used for educational purposes. Research about how to integrate play in education points to the importance ...
    • Gut microbiome dysbiosis is associated with host genetics in the Norwegian Lundehund 

      Melis, Claudia; Billing, Anna Maria; Wold, Per-Arvid; Ludington, William Basil (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023-06-19)
      A group of diseases have been shown to correlate with a phenomenon called microbiome dysbiosis, where the bacterial species composition of the gut becomes abnormal. The gut microbiome of an animal is influenced by many ...
    • Gutten og pappesken. Barns bruk av rom i Svein Nyhus' bildebok Verden har ingen hjørner 

      Krogstad, Atle (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Svein Nyhus er en av de mest sentrale bildebokkunstnerne i Norge gjennom de siste tjue årene, og har laget en rekke kritikerroste bildebøker sammen med Gro Dahle. De vant Brageprisen for beste barnebok i 2002, for bildeboka ...
    • Harassment in ECEC institutions: 4- to 6-year-old children’s experiences 

      Seland, Monica; Moe, Børge; Hansen Sandseter, Ellen Beate (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      There are limited studies involving preschool children and phenomena such as harassment, bullying, exclusion and rejection. This study explores the relations between 4- to 6-year-old children’s experiences of being frequently ...
    • Heads-on, hands-on, hearts-on: Educators' perceptions on ViduKids contributions to integral education 

      Vaz-Rebelo, Piedade; Bidarra, Graça; Costa, Conceição; de Almeida Evangelista, Simone; Santos, Vanda; Thiel, Oliver (Journal article, 2022)
      The integral development of the child is nowadays one of the goals of education, which implies the use of activities and strategies that involve the various dimensions of the human being in a comprehensive way. This paper ...
    • Health professionals’ experiences with the implementation of a digital medication dispenser in home care services – a qualitative study. 

      Kleiven, Hanne H.; Ljunggren, Birgitte; Solbjør, Marit (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Background: Implementing digital technology in home care services challenges care arrangements built on faceto-face encounters. Digital welfare technology has been suggested as a solution to increasing demands on health ...
    • Health promotion and Identity Construction in Norwegian Kindergartens - A qualitiative Study in Children with and without Disabilities 

      Åmot, Ingvild; Ytterhus, Borgunn (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-10-10)
      This article focuses on how children, independent of abilities, create healthy identities and spaces in kindergarten, and is based on a qualitative CGT-study carried out in Norwegian Kindergartens. Data sources include ...
    • Herrenes historie, igjen? 

      Tretvik, Aud Mikkelsen; Kieding, Vibeke; Bjørnhaug, Inger Leganger; Elstad, Åsa; Evjen, Bjørg; Ferrer, Marlen; Hemstad, Ruth; Hjeltnes, Guri; Hommerstad, Marte; Haavet, Inger Elisabeth; Johansen, Hanne Marie; Korsvik, Trine Rogg; Korsvold, Tora; Kvande, Lise; Lenz, Claudia; Lund, Ellen Cathrine; Løyland, Margit; Mellemsether, Hanna; Nielsen, May-Brith Ohman; Okkenhaug, Inger Marie; Ramskjær, liv; Roll-Hansen, Hege; Schwach, Vera; Slottemo, Hilde Gunn; Smith-Solbakken, Marie; Teige, Elisabeth; Wale, Astrid; Willumsen, Liv Helene; Wolff, Elisabetta Cassina (Others, 2018)
      Når noen av dagens voksne, kvinnelige historikere møtes, hender det at vi mimrer om vår egen tid som hovedfagsstudenter. Vi tenker tilbake på et historiefag som var sterkt mannsdominert. Det fantes få fast ansatte kvinnelige ...
    • «Hun er ikke så flink til å dele». En alternativ tilnærming til sosiale normer om deling i barnehagen 

      Franck, Karianne (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      At barn skal lære å dele med hverandre, er en del av barnehagens hverdag. Hva som menes med deling og hvordan sosiale normer om deling finner sted i barnehagen, risikerer derimot å bli tatt for gitt i hverdagen. Som forsker ...
    • Hva betyr plantenavna blokkebær, mikkelsbær og skinntryte? 

      Furuset, Kjell (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Bog bilberries Vaccinium uliginosum resemble bilberries Vaccinium myrtillus, but are lighter blue and less tasty. In Norwegian they are called «blokkebær», which means pale berries. Although fully edible, the berries have ...
    • Hva betyr plantenavna tyttebær og krekling? 

      Furuset, Kjell (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      In Norwegian, cowberry Vaccinium vitis-idaea is called «tyttebær» and crowberry Empetrum nigrum, «krekling». The berries are edible, but cowberries are sour and crowberries are tasteless, and probably both names are ...
    • Hva betyr plantenavnet geitrams og de andre norske navna på Chamerion angustifolium? 

      Furuset, Kjell (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      In Norwegian, rosebay willowherb Chamerion angustifolium has been known by a number of vernacular names, of which «geitrams» is the most widespread one. Literally it means «goat ramson» and is a pejorative originally applied ...