Play And Pedagogy In Early Childhood Bending The Rules Pdf
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- Play And Pedagogy In Early Childhood - Dockett, Fleer
Play and Pedagogy in Early Childhood : Bending the Rules
Early childhood professionals and researchers are advocating for an emergent curriculum approach in the early childhood classroom. Recent conceptions of curriculum in early childhood encompass views that children derive multiple benefits from socially mediated learning; from engaging in play, problem-solving and projects that are contextualised in personally meaningful endeavours. It acknowledges that children have multiple pathways for learning, and that this learning occurs when the principle of relationship is a central tenet of the context. Play resides as a central theme within the course, and students examine the role of play as integrative in the curriculum. To this end, they are engaged in exploring children's thinking and communication, to develop-in-depth skills in the documentation, and interpretation of play. Further to this, students explore how children's play can be scaffolded and evaluated within a play-based, integrated curriculum.
Play and pedagogy in early childhood: Bending the rules
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Play And Pedagogy In Early Childhood - Dockett, Fleer
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This book explores the significance of play in the education and development of young children. It discusses a range of theoretical perspectives and develops a framework for considering play. The framework is based on a consideration of the context in which play occurs, as well a Readers are encouraged to consider their own views and expectations of play and to develop a strong awareness of their perspectives about the value of play. Play experiences for children are highlighted in several ways throughout the book.
This book provides the first ever cultural-historical study of the play of children from birth to 2 years of age in their early childhood education and care settings across 7 countries. They examine the cultural construction of play in these different contexts through a cultural-historical analysis. It further examines how play has been enacted across countries and offers suggestions for future directions.
Therefore, this study develops a block play model that refers to the PKPK model from Hirsch and Dodge with the adjustment of conditions in Indonesia. This study begins with testing the PKPK model to a group of subjects to obtain data about the ability of teachers to understand and apply the model. After revisions and improvements, the model of reconstruction results was further tested.
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