Play in the early years we all know from the early years foundation stage that play is essential for childrens development and learning those teachers who experienced units of study on areas of child development and the science of play in their training will not be concerned about how this will look and why this is essential. We assume that play needs to be supported and throughout this book discuss ways in which this can occur in the school preschool and after school contexts as well as in the home and a range of play and care settings although we focus specifically on the birth to 8 years sector we also focus on the play practices and beliefs of adults as you read the chapters of this book we ask you to . We spoke to two leading early years experts who were speakers from the event to shed some light on the nuances of play firstly we spoke to professor paul ramchandani the first lego professor of play in education whose talk explored how innovative pedagogies are discussed to develop teacher presence and childrens enjoyment. Play in the early years the early years learning framework is a key component of the australian governments national quality framework for early childhood education and care play based learning is an important focus in both the framework and in early childhood education degrees in australian universities
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