The Cultural-historical approaches to children’s learning and development (CHiLD) research group is a hub for researchers exploring and understanding human learning and development in its historical and cultural context. Applying cultural-historical psychology, cultural-historical activity theory, and ethnographic research methods, we focus on the diverse practices children participate in as part of their communities and their dynamic nature. We also aim to open up possibilities for the critical reformulation and development of these practices with the communities themselves and facilitate change towards sustainable futures for all.

CHiLD photo above by Anna Rainio.

People photo under by Tone Sæbø.