We were joined by Dr Stella Louis and Julia Manning-Morton where we focused on the importance of play in the early years and why we shouldn’t always look for specific outcomes but recognise play as valuable in and of itself.
During the one hour session, our speakers covered a range of topics including tips for practitioners on understanding and observing play, what play means for different age groups, where adults can support, and much more.
In the one hour session, Dr. Stella Louis and Julia Manning-Morton explored a number of areas relating to play, including the varying meanings of 'play' depending on a child's age, the role adults can take, how schemas, rules, etc, fit in, what a child's network for learning is, and much more.
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