Learning through play
The various kinds of play are generally divided into five broad types based upon the developmental purposes that each serves. Symbolic play is about playing with different forms of representations and starts very early in life.
LEGO Idea Conference
The LEGO Foundation interviews Pasi SahlbergThe LEGO Foundation has interviewed Pasi Sahlberg, Finnish education expert and visiting professor of practice at Harvard Graduate School of Education, about his view on quality learning, school systems and standardised tests.
Research and Innovation Network
PlayFutures is a global by-invitation research and innovation community where participants can collaborate, interact in activities, share strategies and deepen their understanding of earning through play. Visit the public website, get a glimpse of the community and how to get involved.
Annual Report 2015
The 2015 LEGO Foundation Annual Report is now available.
The power of #play https://t.co/HLrLf8Oowu
May 29, 2016
”Children learn as they play. Most importantly, in play children learn how to learn” O. Fred Donaldson #worldplayday https://t.co/kfyoLswxiU
May 28, 2016
I think play gets so dismissed. It’s not frivoulous; it’s not trivial – it’s absolutely essential Wilkinson @TinkeringStudio #worldplayday
May 28, 2016
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