Food, Meals and Physical Activity in Danish Kindergartens: Case findings from focus groups with children, parents and pedagogues in Danish kindergartens

Bidragets oversatte titel: Mad, måltider og fysisk aktivitet i danske børnehaver: Resultater fra fokusgrupper med børn, forældre og pædagoger i danske børnehaver

Michelle Nadia Werther, Dorthe Pedersen, Sanne Sansolios (Redaktør), Bent Egberg Mikkelsen (Redaktør)

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Parents saw the pedagogues as role models. An aspect of this is that the pedagogues ate the same food as the children during the meal, instead of just supervising and eating their own food.
This perspective was seconded by the pedagogues themselves, as they recognised their own importance, both as role models but also as facilitators, as they thought that it was not only important that they ate the same food as the children, but furthermore also encourage them to try new foods
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelFood, Meals and Physical Activity in Danish Kindergartens : Case findings from focus groups with children, parents and pedagogues in Danish kindergartens
Antal sider40
Publikationsdato1 feb. 2010
Sider1-40
StatusUdgivet - 1 feb. 2010

Emneord

  • children
  • kindergarten
  • pedagogues
  • food
  • meal
  • physical activity
  • focusgroup interview

Citer dette

Werther, M. N., Pedersen, D., Sansolios, S. (red.), & Mikkelsen, B. E. (red.) (2010). Food, Meals and Physical Activity in Danish Kindergartens: Case findings from focus groups with children, parents and pedagogues in Danish kindergartens. I Food, Meals and Physical Activity in Danish Kindergartens: Case findings from focus groups with children, parents and pedagogues in Danish kindergartens (s. 1-40)
Werther, Michelle Nadia ; Pedersen, Dorthe ; Sansolios, Sanne (Redaktør) ; Mikkelsen, Bent Egberg (Redaktør). / Food, Meals and Physical Activity in Danish Kindergartens : Case findings from focus groups with children, parents and pedagogues in Danish kindergartens. Food, Meals and Physical Activity in Danish Kindergartens: Case findings from focus groups with children, parents and pedagogues in Danish kindergartens. 2010. s. 1-40
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Food, Meals and Physical Activity in Danish Kindergartens : Case findings from focus groups with children, parents and pedagogues in Danish kindergartens. / Werther, Michelle Nadia; Pedersen, Dorthe; Sansolios, Sanne (Redaktør); Mikkelsen, Bent Egberg (Redaktør).

Food, Meals and Physical Activity in Danish Kindergartens: Case findings from focus groups with children, parents and pedagogues in Danish kindergartens. 2010. s. 1-40.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/konference proceedingBidrag til rapportForskning

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