Does a child have to play to learn? Does a child always learn when they play?
Consider the many ways in which children experience learning in the early years. Consider the rich examples of learning that can be seen in the youngest child. Play is of course a vital component in the learning process but it is definitely not the only vehicle for learning.
Our speakers will share research, practice and reflections on this highly relevant topic.
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