Educare is a peer-reviewed journal published regularly at the Faculty of Education and Society, Malmö University, Sweden since 2005. Educare publishes a wide range of research in education and educational sciences with particular interest in the Nordic and Baltic region. The journal constitutes a research forum for faculty, practitioners and policy makers.
No 4 (2021): Articles
This December issue consists of eight articles. In focus are several pertinent educational questions: how pre-service teachers’ reflect on interculturality prompted by an international virtual exchange (VE), how control is divided between preschool teachers and special educational needs coordinators (SENCOs) when dealing with special needs children, what are parents’ reflections on the transition of their children from preschool to school, how teacher feedback promotes the development of mathematical reasoning in secondary school pupils, how the concept of systematic leadership is addressed in recent Nordic research on kindergartens, what work preconditions school-age educare teachers have for support and development of pupils in leisure centres, how preschool teachers develop professional knowledge within the preschool context and, finally, what classroom management choices teachers report making.