Play Across Childhood
This book explores how play is perceived and practiced through the lens of various different professional and international contexts. Children’s experiences of play will vary according to the different institutions and organisations they are involved in across their lifespan during childhood. The chapters cover play from pre-school to adolescence that includes education, playwork and the new developing area of intergenerational play. This wide variety of contexts and cultures raises questions about universal concepts and notions of ‘play’. The editors and contributors explore how policy, practice and research can identify both differences and commonalities between the way that play is perceived and experienced by children and adults across different types of provision.
|Ausgabe||1st ed. 2021|
|Genre||Pädagogik/Kindergarten- und Vorschulpädagogik|
|Verlag||Springer International Publishing|
|Herausgegeben von||Pete King, Shelly Newstead|