Organization: Interaction Imagination
Suzanne Axelsson works as a pedagogical consultant using experience, inspiration and research in listening, philosophy with children and Indigenous Knowledge to guide creating democratic learning and play spaces in early childhood education. She works on the EY program at the Department of Child and Youth Studies, Stockholm University, as well as in preschools with children and educators. Suzanne has a masters in ECE and has travelled globally to hold workshops, presentations, and visit EY settings. She writes about play, listening, neurodiversity, and sustainability etc on her blog, Interaction Imagination, and curates the Facebook group “The Original Learning Approach”. She has written a book on Original Learning, where play, learning and teaching are interwoven and another in Swedish on risky play and teaching. Suzanne is published in books and articles in English, Swedish, Turkish, Hebrew, Italian, Croatian, Romanian etc. covering topics such as risky play, art, and the Reggio Emilia Approach™.