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Forlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Format: 30 x 21 cm
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We desperately need teaching to join the Slow Movement, for both educators’ and children’s wellbeing, happiness and love of learning. Kimberly’s wise, practical and supportive advice is so timely, providing great coverage of the many elements of calming things down and enjoying them more in educational settings.
‘Slowliness’ is one of my favourite pedagogical words, and I particularly appreciate the Slow Teaching section, changing the narrative that we have grown up with about working well and achieving life satisfaction. Overall, several other key words stand out for me: calm, care, kindness, trust and gratitude, and above all, nature and life outdoors. These are all requisites for living well in the present, and for setting up life-ways for meaningful, fulfilling futures.
Discovering what calmness looks like for you and your children will transform the way you support learning - your children need you to read and use this book."
Professor Jan White, Educational consultant, author and advocate for an early childhood outdoors
A rich and comprehensive guide to the joyful calm of Hygge - each page seems to glow with a simple warmth and the whole book just feels like we are on a walk with Kimberly as she shares her wisdom and a treasure of practical ideas. It’s a walk that’s very much needed, both for ourselves as practitioners and the children we have the privilege to work with. We all need more Hygge in life and Kimberly shows us how just perfectly.
Greg Botrill, Author and childhood advocate»