Stemmer fra skolegården: En artikel om at skabe fysisk aktivitet i frikvarteret ud fra et børneperspektiv

  • Charlotte Skau Pawlowski
Nøgleord: Fysisk aktivitet, børn, frikvarter, kvalitative metoder, den socio-økologiske model

Resumé

Artiklen tager afsæt i en nylig afsluttet ph.d.-afhandling omhandlende børn fra sytten danske skoler og fem newzealandske skoler. Børnene blev interviewet og observeret med henblik på at opnå indsigt i, hvad børnene oplever, har betydning for deres fysisk aktive adfærd i frikvarteret. Ud fra kvalitative analyser af børnenes oplevelser sammenfattes i nærværende artikel en række fund som frembringer forslag til, hvordan der kan skabes mere aktivitet i frikvarteret.

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Publiceret
2017-05-17
Citation/Eksport
Pawlowski, C. (2017). Stemmer fra skolegården: En artikel om at skabe fysisk aktivitet i frikvarteret ud fra et børneperspektiv. Forum for Idræt, 32(1). https://doi.org/10.7146/ffi.v32i1.31978
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Forum for Idræt - Generelt