Play And Playwork

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Beschreibung

This book explores play&playwork, discussing current thinking about the traditional model, theory or approach of playwork (SPICE).

Zusammenfassung
Children like to play. They get all sorts of benefits from playing. They get the most benefit from play when they are in control of what they are doing. Yet there are lots of circumstances today that mean children are not able to control their own play and that's where playwork comes in, where the role of the playworker is to create environments that enable children to take control of their playing. This book aims to explore the similarities, differences and tensions that exist between play and playwork including appropriate definitions and the conflict around the role of the adult. Fraser Brown proposes a play to playwork continuum, where playing can be considered a 'developmental and evolutionary' activity and playwork a 'compensatory' activity. Helpfully structured around the aspects considered by the author as most important for playwork, this book uses 101 fascinating stories of children playing to illuminate a range of play and playwork theories. The rich array of powerful stories - drawn from the casebooks of eminent and experienced playworkers - speak for themselves whilst at the same time triggering theoretical explorations that are interwoven with the stories in each chapter.Mesmerizing, absorbing and original, this is essential reading for playwork students and practitioners, as well as for students and practitioners of early years, childhood, children's health and wellbeing, and childrens social care.

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Produktinformationen

Titel
Play And Playwork
Untertitel
101 Stories Of Children Playing
Autor
EAN
9780335244669
ISBN
978-0-335-24466-9
Format
E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller
McGraw-Hill Education
Herausgeber
Mcgraw-Hill Education
Genre
Angewandte Psychologie
Veröffentlichung
01.10.2014
Digitaler Kopierschutz
Adobe-DRM
Jahr
2014
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