Activities per year
In particular, the project's goal is to investigate and set future research directions for understanding (1) how the built environment (architectural and urban spaces) and (2) the active involvement of children in the design of the built environment can influence children’s interaction with and use of space, and more specifically, help promote and enhance children and young people’s play, learning, and creativity.
The project is supported by Capital of Children.
|Effective start/end date||15/11/2018 → 26/08/2019|
- built environment
- embodied cognition
- learning through play
19 Nov 2020
Activity: Talks and presentations › Talks and presentations in private or public companiesFile
Co-creation with Children for Children: Promoting Play, Learning and Creativity in the Built EnvironmentMay 2019
Activity: Talks and presentations › Conference presentations
- 1 Report
Children, play, and the built environment: What can we learn from co-creation and embodied cognitive science?Jelic, A., Martin, M., Holst Laursen, L., Tvedebrink, T. D. O., Brorson Fich, L. & Oehlwein, L. I., 2020, Billund: CoC Playful Minds. 140 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Report › ResearchOpen AccessFile153 Downloads (Pure)
03/11/2020 → 10/11/2020
6 items of Media coverage
Press/Media: Press / Media