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Figure 5 from the article Tracing the Ephemeral: Mapping young children’s running games in the journal Designs for Learning

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posted on 18.11.2020, 10:53 by Katharine Cowan, Anna Åkerfeldt

The video is part of the article published in the peer-reviewed journal Designs for Learning - www.designsforlearning.nu. A prototype animated transcript (Figure 5) was developed by editor Anna Åkerfeldt. Using Adobe, the map-like transcript is brought to life, showing the movement of the children over time around the birds-eye view of the play space. Animations are particularly useful for representing qualities of the play that are challenging to depict in static map-type transcripts, such as the distance between the children at different points in time and the sequential unfolding of the chase. In this way, an animated transcript might more vividly represent the dynamic qualities of social activity such as play.

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Figure 5 from the article Tracing the Ephemeral: Mapping young children’s running games in the journal Designs for Learning

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English

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Cowan, K. 2020. Tracing the Ephemeral: Mapping young children’s running games. Designs for Learning, 12(1), DOI: 10.16993/dfl.90

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408 Institutionen för matematikämnets och naturvetenskapsämnenas didaktik (MND) | Math-Sci Education

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