Dr. David Whitebread investigates questions surrounding play and child development. Whitebread delineates the five different types as well as the benefits and drawbacks of free, guided, and parental play.
- Type of Content: Case Study
- Title: Early Learning Through Play
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2018
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- Discipline: Education
- Subject: Children's Play, Learning Theories (general), Early Childhood Education (general)
- Duration: 00:28:21
Keywords: boys' play, case study research, communication skills, costumes in play, development: intelligence/cognitive, development: language, development: psychomotor, development: socio-emotional, developmental psychology, early childhood curriculum, early childhood development and education, educational research, fantasy play, fine motor development, game playing, gross motor development, Jerome Bruner, language development, maturation, organized or sanctioned play, Piaget and play, play among animals, play and education, play and literacy, play and playthings, play fighting, play in the classroom, play school movement, play, nonsocial, and social-emotional development in childhood, pretending, problem solving, psychological benefits of play, research findings, School readiness, Self-regulation, Sociological benefits of play, Speech play, Symbolic play, teacher-child co-play, unstructured play
Academic: David WhitebreadOnline ISBN: 9781526434135Copyright: © SAGE Publications Ltd, 2018