"GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES ON PLAY, LEARNING AND CURRICULUM
IN EARLY CHILDHOOD AND PRIMARY EDUCATION"
To register for this seminar, please click here or email to Seminar@IRED.edu.vn before 5pm, March 02, 2014. Due to limited seating, IRED will give priority to appropriate participants on a first come, first served basis.
About the Seminar
What is the role of play in early years and primary pedagogy? How can play contribute to learning and how might adults support it? This lecture will explore key global debates around the role of play in early childhood education and early schooling. It will cover the following areas:
About the Speaker
Dr. Sue Rogers is Head of Early Years and Primary Education at the Institute of Education, University of London where she leads a team of experts in curriculum, pedagogy and learning from birth to the transition to secondary education. Her research focuses on pedagogy and curriculum in early years and primary education settings, particularly the interaction between theory and practice in improving outcomes for children through developing pedagogic practice.
She has published widely on play-based learning, policy in the early years and adult-child interactions in classrooms, including three books: Inside Role Play in Early Childhood Education: researching children’s perspectives (2008, Routledge), Rethinking Play and Pedagogy: contexts, concepts and cultures (2011, London) and) Adult Roles in the Early Years, (2012, Open University Press). Her latest book Child Centred Education Reconsidered (Routledge) is due for publication later this year.
Dr. Sue Rogers
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