Introduction to Play Based Learning

An Introduction to Play Language and Play Based Learning and Communication!
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Discover why play is crucial to learning and communication and how a practical play language can transform communication in the classroom through Play.
This is an introduction. Practical lessons in Play Language are offered in courses to follow.

Requirements

  • Be open to play and its possibilities to make your teaching more engaging, magical, and exciting.

Description

Learn the easy steps to unlocking the power of Play within the walls of the Classroom environment. Our cost effective proven method can be easily implemented into any classroom, transforming communication on a social and emotional level the way nature intended... through Play.





Copyright information:
Unless otherwise specified, all content copyright Play Tectonics. All rights Reserved.

Additional content -

Video:
News footage used under fair use via section 107 of the Copyright Act.

Additional footage courtesy of Greater Richmond, Virginia artists Pianoworks Studios; Jonathan Austin, Juggler; Uncle Ty-Rone, Ventriloquist; Barefoot Puppets. All rights reserved.
Additional footage copyright Freedio: HD and 4K Royalty free stock footage videos on youtube.

Music:
The Yog Shuffle and BuckaBoo courtesy of ©The Taters, BMI, All Rights Reserved.

Additional music copyright Bensound

Who this course is for:

  • Students, Parents and Teachers.
  • Early Education or also people who are enthusiastic about play based learning.

Course content

2 sections7 lectures33m total length
  • Education in Crisis
    04:22
  • Play as the Answer
    06:11
  • Play in the Classroom
    06:08
  • The Power of Puppetry
    04:20
  • Play Language
    03:59
  • Puppetools
    04:56

Instructor

Play Scientist
Jeff Peyton
  • 4.1 Instructor Rating
  • 167 Reviews
  • 2,329 Students
  • 2 Courses

Jeff Peyton is an independent, internationally recognized play scientist. His pioneering work in play and learning culture transformation spans 40 years, and his practical innovations of Play Language and Play Media have reached students and teachers in more than 40 countries.

Jeff was invited by the  Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Paris, to present original theoretical and applied research to brain scientists, establishing his work in the annals of neuroscience.