Educator Seminar: "Play Schemas and Loose Parts: Deepening Our Understanding of Children’s Play”

Date
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Location
Hosted online via Zoom.
Admission Information

Registration opens Friday, June 4, 2021 at 9AM. Registration available through Eventbrite HERE.

Open to Early Childhood Educators. Limited to 100 attendees.


This is session FOUR of the 2021 Educator Summer Series

In the early childhood classroom, truly understanding children’s behaviors can sometimes feel difficult. Yet reaching this understanding is essential for responsively guiding and planning for play. Why are some children inclined to line materials up in long rows? Why do other children transport materials around the environment? This session will explore how play schemas offer insight into understanding patterns of children’s behaviors and how planning for play with loose parts can support children’s natural inclination to play in certain ways. Educators will understand children’s play in greater depth and with more insight. Join us for an in-depth look at play schemas and loose parts in the outdoor learning environment. Hosted by Emma Vallarino, Manager of the Kordestani Program for Parents and Educators, and Marisa Chin-Calubaquib, Bing Teacher.

This event will be hosted via Zoom. A link will be made available to attendees in the days before the event. For confidentiality reasons, there will not be a recording of the sessions made available after the seminar. Please plan on attending live. Refunds available until Friday, July 16th at 5pm. Certificate of attendance provided with session. 

For questions, email: bingschool@stanford.edu.