Linda Knight’s work focuses on the pedagogies that occur in pedagogic sites. She is interested in how ideas about pedagogy as a human exchange, might be rethought. Playgrounds are often regarded as sites where children build social relationships, play, and undertake physical activity, however how might inefficient mapping turn the focus away from human activity and attend to the pedagogic aspects of other factors such as surfaces, light, time, animals, birds, sounds, gestures, shade, rain, and noises?

In mapping movement of playground spaces, pedagogy shifts beyond a directional exchange of information to become a complex series of entangled movements, affects and sensations.