Learning to play and playing to learn
This conference by the PEDAL (Play in Education, Development & Learning) and REAL (Research for Equitable Access & Learning) research centres at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, investigates the role of play-based learning in low income countries, as well as in low resource settings within middle and higher income countries. It explores:
- how play-based learning is undertaken in different settings and its contribution to early learning;
- measurement of play-based learning, including tracking progress in the context of Sustainable Development Goal targets, with a focus on early childhood education and early learning;
- the future of play-based learning in a changing world - looking at care-givers, curricula and learning for the 21st Century.
The conference will bring together researchers, policy actors and non-governmental organisations with the aim of drawing lessons on play-based learning across settings, as well as identifying variations between contexts.