This short animation summarises a new theoretical paper written by the Play in Schools & Learning team that explains the role of play in supporting children’s agency in their learning.
How can you make space for children’s agency in their learning? By including play! Play develops children’s motivation and self-regulation, both of which support children’s agency in their learning. Educators can adopt practical strategies that enhance children’s learning through play and support the development of agency in learning.
Read more about learning through play in this research paper, published in the International Journal of Early Years Education.
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