Tidsskrift for Nordisk Barnehageforskning

Journal of Nordic Research in Early Childhood Educational Research (The journal´s short form is NBF) is an academic forum for the publication of scientific articles, academic research and development work. The journal publishes scientific articles and essays in Scandinavian languages ​​(Norwegian, Swedish and Danish), in addition to English language. The journal aims to be a significant national and Nordic forum for research and development in the entire field of early childhood educational research. A priority for NBF is to present new knowledge and insights about children, research methodology, kindergarten, kindergarten pedagogy and didactics in early childhood education. The readers are teachers in university education, employees in early childhood field. All contributions qualify through peer review. The journal is managed and published by University College of Oslo and Akershus, in collaboration with a number of colleges and universities in Norway and the Nordic countries. The journal is also supported by the Nordic Publisher for Humanities and Social Sciences NOP-HS.

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A status report for NBF shows that it has been a really busy year in 2013, with a total of 30 articles published in the journal. Ten of them were in English language, which reach a larger audience in Europe and worldwide. This, we are proud of!

In 2013, the journal has also engaged a new executive editor and editor. NBF are also linked to more than ten section editors in different Nordic countries, and a distributed net of reviewer. In the beginning of 2014, we have many articles “in work”, from a variety of subjects connected to Early Childhood Educational Research.  The interest in publishing in NBF has increased! We are very happy about this, but it also requires more reviewers. Therefore, we encourage our readers / writers to register as a peer review of the journal.

In addition to an ordinary Volume for 2014, where we continuously publishing peer-reviewed articles, we will in autumn 2014 publish a special issue of NBF with professor Nina Rossholt, University College of Oslo and Akershus, as a guest editor. The theme of this special issue is Methodology in Early Childhood Educational Research. We invite authors to submit articles on a variety of methodological questions, articles that present and discuss different use of research methods in various subjects / disciplines related to early childhood education and care. On the basis of the submitted articles, the guest editor will select ten articles to the special issue. The deadline for submitting articles is 1srt of June 2014. Mark the article with the thematic issue in methodology.

Sidsel Germeten (main editor) and Ann-Hege Lorvik Waterhouse (executive editor)

Vol 7 (2014)

Table of Contents

Articles

Areal til skapende lek, læring og utforskning i barnehagen PDF (Norwegian)
Bente Fønnebø, Christian Nordahl Rolfsen
Preschool teachers’ reasoning about interactive whiteboard embedded in Swedish preschools PDF
Maryam Bourbour, Camilla Björklund
Emmaboken, den jämställda familjen och förskolan - En historisk och samhällskritisk studie PDF (Norwegian)
Ylva Odenbring
Samhandlinger mellom de yngste barna med cochleaimplantat og andre barn i barnehagen PDF (Norwegian)
Siv Hillesøy, Eva Johansson, Stein Erik Ohna
Mot en ny pedagogisk lederrolle og lederidentitet? PDF (Norwegian)
Ann Kristin Larsen, Mette Vaagan Slåtten
Forståelser av gode overganger og opplevelse av sammenheng mellom barnehage, skole og sfo PDF (Norwegian)
Hilde Dehnæs Hogsnes, Thomas Moser


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