6 edition of Play in childhood found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 237-239) and index.
|Statement||by Margaret Lowenfeld ; with a foreword by John Davis.|
|Series||Classics in developmental medicine ;, no. 6|
|LC Classifications||BF717 .L69 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||246 p. :|
|Number of Pages||246|
|ISBN 10||0901260843, 0521413311|
|LC Control Number||92149282|
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Introduction This article discusses historical and present day notions of play and learning in the context of early childhood education (ECE). The beginning of ECE Early childhood education has two sources: the Froebel Kindergarten tradition1 in Germany and the Infant School in Britain.2 ECE learning has traditionally been considered different from learning in primary school, and play has had. Early childhood educators have always understood the importance of play—in all its many forms—in the lives of their students. Free play is spontaneous and filled with make-believe as children pursue the fantasies of their unencumbered imaginations. A twig becomes the sword of a swashbuckling pirate, or a piece of flowing fabric is transformed into a superhero’s cape or the gown of a.
Book Description. The Importance of Play in Early Childhood Education presents various theories of play and demonstrates how it serves communicative, developmental, and relational functions, highlighting the importance and development of the capacity to play in terms useful to early childhood book explicitly links trauma, development, and interventions in the early childhood. Play, learning and the early childhood curriculum London: SAGE Publications Ltd doi: and a rationale for a play-based curriculum and pedagogy. The second half of the book develops the theme of creating unity between playing, learning and teaching. The Role of Play in the Early Childhood Curriculum, in B. Spodek and O. Saracho.
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Play develops over time and certain types of play are relevant to different stages of childhood. For pre-school children, it primarily involves gross-motor (exercise) play, make-believe (symbolic) play and construction play. Exposure to both visual and auditory stimuli is also important.
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She describes cognitive and affective processes involved in play and creativity, as well as the possible evolutionary purposes Cited by: Focuses on play in the early years of childhood and its contribution to the learning process.
By examining the concept in perspective, rather than in isolation, this book considers the relation between play and other activities within the curriculum as a whole. In his book Children at Play: An American History, writer Howard Chudacoff describes the first half of the 20th century as a “golden age” of children’s playtime.
Converging evidence suggests that pretend play in childhood has an important role in providing a foundation for adult creativity. Indeed, many of the processes central to creativity occur in pretend play.
In this book, Sandra W. Russ reviews the theory and research on pretend play and creativity, including cognitive and affective processes Pages: Janet Moyles is Professor Emerita, Anglia Ruskin University, UK.
She has authored many bestselling books on play including Just Playing?, The Excellence of Play 3/e, Thinking About Play and Beginning Teaching, Beginning Learning in Early Years and Primary. Play, Dreams and Imitation in Childhood book.
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Use this list and your library card to discover new worlds of wonder and adventure. Get this from a library. Play in childhood. [Margaret Lowenfeld] -- "Lowenfeld realized that "Play" was the medium through which children worked out their emotional conflicts. She recognized that it was a normal cognitive activity, a process which could be observed.
Play and Learning in Early Childhood Education: The Contribution of High Scope, Reggio Emilia, and Montessori Pedagogical Approaches: /ch The key role of toys and play in early years education has been highlighted by several childhood pedagogues such as Froebel, Montessori, Weikart, andAuthor: Dalila Maria Lino, Cristina Parente.
Mandy Andrews is a senior lecturer in Early Childhood at the University of Worcester on both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Formerly a Play Officer for a local authority she has a range of children's play experience from running an adventure playground and environmental play activities, through to community play projects and running a large Children's Centre in Cornwall before.
Margaret Lowenfeld was one of the leading figures in child psychology in the years between the world wars and her ideas have influenced our thinking about play in childhood.
This work reproduces the text of her book, "Play in Childhood", while bringing the references into line with modern practice. For most adults (unless we’re very lucky), “work” and “play” tend to be separate pursuits.
We work at a job. We play with our children. But as psychologist Jean Piaget notes, “Play is the work of childhood.” Mr. Rogers elaborated: “Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learn.
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Everyday low /5(2). Play in Early Childhood: From Birth to Six Years By writing this book review, I have been engaged in 'Ploy' - A new word introduced to me from the book (pg 7) which merges both work and play.
I was immediately attracted to the clear illustrations in the book and their easy observational desciptions/5(9).A key focus is the provision of a secure theoretical and practical grounding for developing a pedagogy of book enables practitioners to create unity between play, learning and teaching.