Playing with Ideas: Play, Learning and Progettazione

The word 'play' is a very contextual and highly debated word.  What it means is often different from one person to another.  It can range from the totality for the freedom for play where there is no need or little need for adult direction.  This may come from a biological and evolutionary perspective such as … Continue reading Playing with Ideas: Play, Learning and Progettazione

Reflecting on Words that Describe the Processes of Children’s Learning

"The teachers art is to CONNECT in real time, with the LIVING bodies of the children with the LIVING bodies of KNOWLEDGE." Stephen Nachmanovitch(1993)  Free Play: Power of Improvisation in Life and the Arts   I have been part of a wonderful learning encounter in Toronto, Canada called #Rhythm2016 with Diane Kashin of Technology Rich … Continue reading Reflecting on Words that Describe the Processes of Children’s Learning