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Stig Broström

 

 

Stig is Associate Professor in Early Childhood Education at The Danish University of Education. His research interests include children's transition and expectations of school.

Research Interests:
 

transition to school

 

Recent Publications:
 

Broström, S. (2003). An overview of research on transition

Broström, S. (2000). Communication & continuity in the transition from kindergarten to school in Denmark Paper related to poster symposium at EECERA 10th European Conference on Quality in Early Childhood Education, University of London, 29 August to 1 September 2000.

PUBLICATIONS ON EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES

Broström, S. (2003). Objects and media in frame play. In: Berg, L-E., Nelson, A., & Svensson, K. (2003). Toys in Educational and Socio-cultural Contexts. Toy Research in the Late twentieth Century, Part 1.Selection of papers presented at the International Toy Research Conference, Halmstad University, Sweden June 1996. ISBN 91-974811-1-4

Broström, S. (2002).Children tell stories. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal. 10, (1).

Broström, S. (1999).Drama-Games with six-year old children. Possibiliti-es and limitations. In: Yrjö Engeström & Raija-Leena Puna-maki (Ed.) Perspectives on Activity Theory. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Broström, S. (1999).Kindergarten in Denmark and the USA. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, 42, (2).

Broström, S. (1997).Children's Play: Tools and Symbols in Frame Play. Early Years, 17,(2), spring.

Broström, S. (1996).Frame Play with 6 Year Old Children. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal. Vol 4 (1).

Broström, S. (1995).Education, Motivation for Learning, and Social Compe-tence of 6-year-Olds in Kindergarten in Denmark and the United States. I: Child & Youth Care Forum, 24 (2), April.

Broström, S. (1992). Quick Response. An Ethnographic Analysis of a Dra-ma-game in a Danish Preschool. The Quarter-ly Newsletter of the Laboratory of Comparative Human Cognition. University of San Diego. 14(1).


PUBLICATIONS ON ORGANIZATIONAL TRANSITION ACTIVITIES

Broström, S. (2003). Problems and barriers in children's learning when they transit from kindergarten to kindergarten class in school. European Early Childhood Research Journal, Research Monograph Series 1.

Broström, S. (2003). Transition in Context: Models, Practicalities and Problems (together with J. T. Wagner). In: Broström, S. & Wagner, J.T. (Ed.) Early childhood education in five Nordic countries: Perspectives on the transition from preschool to school. Århus: Systime Academic.

Broström, S. (2003). Transition from Kindergarten to School in Denmark: Building Bridges. In: Broström, S. & Wagner, J.T. (Ed.) Early childhood education in five Nordic countries: Perspectives on the transition from preschool to school. Århus: Systime Academic.

Broström, S. (2003). Transition in Early Childhood Education: Progress and Promise (Together with J.T. Wagner). In: Broström, S. & Wagner, J.T. (Ed.) Early childhood education in five Nordic countries: Perspectives on the transition from preschool to school. Århus: Systime Academic.

Broström, S. (2002).Communication & Continuity in the transition from kindergarten to school. In Fabian, H. & Dunlop, A.-W. (Ed.). Transitions in the Early Years. Debating continuity and progression for children in early education. London: RoutledgeFalmer.