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The article considers child wellbeing in Danish ECEC during the time of covid-19. A phased reopening of Denmark took place in Spring 2020 under strict health guidelines. The study followed two ECEC institutions first-hand to observe the impact on pedagogy and child wellbeing. Participant observation and interviews were conducted, followed by re-interviews and an online survey a year later. Findings suggest that the pandemic allowed pedagogues to work with children in small, fixed groups and in a child-sensitive way that supported child wellbeing. Implications for practice are that the increased external control did not negatively affect pedagogy nor child wellbeing.
|Translated title of the contribution||Børns trivsel i dagtilbud under COVID-19: Børnesensitivitet og små, faste grupper|
|Journal||Children & Society|
|Publication status||E-pub ahead of print - 2022|
- learning, educational science and teaching