Evidence tells us that young children learn best when they are actively engaged, interacting and co-constructing learning. Play provides an opportunity for children to explore ideas, concepts and develop relationships.
This session will focus on practical ways to work in partnerships with families in providing meaningful learning through play experiences in the home. It will support teachers to make learning visible for families and provide useful tips and strategies to take the learning further.
Preschool and Early Stage 1 teachers.
Mode of delivery
The professional learning is registered with NESA and can be accessed via MyPL to gain hours for completion.
Play-based pedagogy – Part 2: Working with families via My PL (Course code: RG11344) 30 minutes
Alternatively, you can access the online professional learning below. Please note, completing the online learning using the link below will not provide you with NESA registered hours.
Play-based pedagogy – Part 2: Working with families via Microsoft Stream.