Theories and Philosophical approaches that link to play and learning

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Key theorists and philosophical approaches that link to play and learning.
Melissa Guille
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Who said ‘care’ needs need to be met before children can function & play properly? Margaret Mc Millan
Who said children pass through stages of play-Mastery 0-2, Symbolic, 2-7, Play with rules 7-11. Practice in play is vital? Jean Piaget Accommodation –adapting to a situation. Assimilation – confirming what you already know through your experiences.
Who said children pass through stages of social play? Mildred Parten
Who said teachers are Directresses & direct & guide the children? Who said learning equipment not toys? Who did not believe that pretend play was not important? Maria Montessori
Who said children play creates a zone of proximal development in which children function at a high level? Lev Vygotsky An adult can help them reach their full potential. He suggested ‘Children become a head taller than they really are’.
Who said children need enactive learning (learning by doing) from equipment given by adults. Play is a tool for children to develop intellectually. Jerome Bruner
Who said there are 12 features of play? Tina Bruce.
Who said ‘play spiral’. Janet Moyles
Who said indoor & outdoor play is vital. Who called his schools kindergardens. Friederich Froebel
Who said play can be encouraged through natural materials? Singing, dancing, stories vitally important. Rudolf Steiner
Who said ‘the hundred languages of children’ Reggio Emilia
Who said through woodland experience & through play children can learn about the natural environment Forest schools
Who said ‘exploration’ is an essential principle; the importance of spontaneous play is acknowledged for confidence building & control of their bodies Te Whariki
Who said ‘Taxonomy of play types’ (16 different play types)? Bob Hughes
Who said ‘children love play because they love stories’? Pretend play is an essential part of achieving academic goals & learning to live with & understand others? Vivian Gussin-Paley.
Who said play projects should be built on children’s interests, ideas questions & experiences. Lilian Katz
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