How to scaffold learning through free-flow play

John Siraj-Blatchford, honorary professor at the University of Plymouth and partner of communitu interest company, SchemaPlay; LynetteBrock, director of SchemaPlay Consuting and Accreditation
Monday, June 10, 2019

Discover how to draw upon your knowledge and experience of each individual child to identify the schemes they are applying. You can then offer them appropriate resources to extend their learning.

Schemes with horizontal and vertical trajectories can be supported with games like Hopscotch
Schemes with horizontal and vertical trajectories can be supported with games like Hopscotch

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