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by Michael Patte,Phil Jones,Fraser Brown
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Psychology
  • Author:
    Michael Patte,Phil Jones,Fraser Brown
  • ISBN:
    1441173668
  • ISBN13:
    978-1441173669
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  • Publisher:
    Bloomsbury Academic; 1 edition (January 17, 2013)
  • Pages:
    172 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Psychology
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The book is well-written, cogent, and very engaging with wonderful transcriptions of interviews with leading authorities and boxed features giving.

The book is well-written, cogent, and very engaging with wonderful transcriptions of interviews with leading authorities and boxed features giving.

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Rethinking Children's Play examines attitudes towards, and experiences of, children's play

Rethinking Children's Play examines attitudes towards, and experiences of, children's play. Children need to play and the benefits of play are many and varied, but they are too often underestimated by parents, educators, politicians and society in general

Автор: Fraser Brown,Michael Patte Название: Rethinking Children& Play Издательство: Bloomsbury .

Rethinking Childrens Play is essential for all those studying childhood at undergraduate and graduate level and of great interest to those working with children in any field. Дополнительное описание

Rethinking Childhood, London, United Kingdom. 2nd call for papers Submit your abstract or proposal for a presentation or workshop at Towards the Child Friendly City in Bristol by the new deadline of 25 September 2019

Rethinking Childhood, London, United Kingdom. 2nd call for papers Submit your abstract or proposal for a presentation or workshop at Towards the Child Friendly City in Bristol by the new deadline of 25 September 2019.

Rethinking Children's Play examines attitudes towards, and experiences of. .

Rethinking Children's Play examines attitudes towards, and experiences of, children's play. Children need to play and the benefits of play are many and varied, but they are too often underestimated by parents, educators, politicians and society in general. Rethinking Children's Play is essential for all those studying childhood at undergraduate and graduate level and of great interest to those working with children in any field.

Rethinking Children s Play is essential for all those studying childhood at undergraduate and graduate level and of great interest to those working with children in any field.

Rethinking Children's Rights explores attitudes towards and experiences of children's rights. Sue Welch, Phil Jones.

Rethinking Children's Rights explores attitudes towards and experiences of children's rights

Rethinking Children's Play examines attitudes towards, and experiences of, children's play. Fraser Brown and Michael Patte draw on a wide range of thought, research and practice from different fields and countries to debate, challenge and re-appraise long held beliefs, attitudes and ways of working and living with children in the play environment.

Children need to play and the benefits of play are many and varied, but they are too often underestimated by parents, educators, politicians and society in general. The authors apply a playwork perspective to a wide range of settings populated by children, both formal and informal, to explore the idea that children's learning and development derives substantially from their opportunities to engage with a rich play environment that is supportive of the play process.

Thoughts are provoked through examples of research, reflections on research, activities, key points and guidance on further reading.

Rethinking Children's Play is essential for all those studying childhood at undergraduate and graduate level and of great interest to those working with children in any field.