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Play-based Learning: The Why and How, with Rebeccah Bassett-Smith

Professional development (PD) Auckland

Posted: 05 April 2019
Notice reference #: 1H9stZ

Play-based Learning: The why and how with Rebeccah Bassett-Smith

This workshop draws on the successes of a play-based learning model at Silverdale School. Rebeccah Bassett-Smith shares the past four year’s journey of researching, observing, upskilling, discussing, implementing, reflecting and modifying how play-based is implanted for their school learning community. You will hear about the successes, failures and future plans for the model and reflect on how some of these might be relevant to your own teaching. Participants will collaboratively discuss and design approaches to issues that might be faced in the different school contexts.

The workshop will explore the “why” by unpacking some of the key research that supports the implementation of a play based curriculum. It will also introduce a model framework and resources in order to understand the different contexts and cultures of the schools participants come from.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Participants will develop:

  • knowledge of the theory that underpins play-based learning
  • familiarity with a possible model of implementation and resources that support programmes
  • awareness of the significance of play within learning.

Events summary

Auckland

19 June 2019 – 19 June 2019

Further information

Contact: Kohia Centre

 (09) 623 9877

kohia@auckland.ac.nz

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