Early Years_Understanding Schema Play

Early Years_Understanding Schema Play

TRAINER
AIMEE MARIE DAWSON
Start Date
15 Jun 2020
End date
15 Jun 2020
Time From
3:30 pm
Time To
5:30 pm
Registration Open
01 Aug 2019
Registration closed
09 Jun 2020
Course Fee (AED)
250 (incl VAT)
TYPE
Face to Face
LOCATION
LAB_LITTLE GEMS INTERNATIONAL

Face to Face workshop conducted in English

 

School Phase: Early Years Target Audience:

Teaching Assistants in the Early Years (Age 2-6)

Features:

· Face to Face training in English · Facilitated by experienced Early Years Practitioners · Conducted in an Early Years setting
 

Why do some children have a fascination with running water that leads them to soaking the bathroom? Have you ever wondered why children line up objects and then repeat the action constantly? This session will explore the importance of schema play to babies and young children’s development. It will delve into the theoretical underpinnings of schema and introduce early years practitioners to activities, resources and projects that encourage and support schema play. At the end of the session, participants will recognise the difference between trajectory and rotation schema and may think twice before intervening in a young child’s play frame.

 

Learning Objectives:

1.     Understand schema play and its theoretical underpinnings

2.     Know how to support and encourage schema play through the resources and activities on offer

Exit Certification: TELLAL Certificate of Attendance

 

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