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On Tuesday there are 35 Sessions, 3 Colloquia, 10 Square Tables and so much more
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TUESDAYcolloquiumMy Understanding of playPlaywork Theory - introductoryChildren's Rightsthinking about Playwork PracticePlaywork Provision: neophillic approachesInteresting ways to thinkexploring outdoor spacesChildhoodssticky wall with Joan Beattie and Beverly IsdaleSquare Table 1 and 6Square Table 2 and 7Square Table 3 and 8Square Table 4 and 9Square Table 5 and 10
10:00Sue Saunders
1.1
every child doesn't have rights and other children's rights issues
David Stonehouse
3.10
flow: what is going on?
Maggie Fern, Morgan Leichter-Saxby, Pete King.
4.14
edge of recalcitrance repeated
Arthur Battram
6.23
NI at play
Caroline Kerr & Sharon Donnelly
7.28
a new vision for playwork: the issues
Rob Wheway
8.32
10:151) Playwork Identity
10:30Peter Kraftlplaywork principles Diane Wenham
2.5
keep playing online: using the internet to promote play
Eleanor Image & Suzannah Walker
5.18
2) Networking’s Place in Playwork
10:453) Behaviour Management
11:004) What it Takes to Become a Successful Playworker?
11:155) Involvement Issues in Playwork
11:30edge of recalcitrance reloaded and remixed
Arthur Battram
6.24
11:45Mike Wragg & Ben Tawil
1.2
play types
Marion Heelas
2.6
a sociological gaze at the theories of play deprivation
Chris Taylor
3.11
engaging communites using play as a catalyst
Andrew Gillan & Emma Hamilton
5.19
exploring nature play: what works?
Mick Conway
7.29
The Notting Hill summer project and the legacy for today
Simon Rix
8.33
lunch12:00
12:15putting the playwork principles at the heart of all we do
Karen Benjamin
4.15
12:30
12:45
13:00the treehouse project
Anita Grant & Wendy Jeeves
5.20
evidencing the power of play as a resource for children in adversity
Maggie Fearn
6.25
13:15Pat Kanecompound flexibility
Lynda Ray
2.7
13:30
13:45penny wilson
1.3
is it the playworkers role to promote children's rights to children
Eddie Nuttall
3.12
managing uncertainty: dynamic risk benefit assessment
Ben Tawil
7.30
6) Preparing for Success
TUESDAY14:00do we change play by observing it?
Jackie Kilvington
4.16
exploring the professionalism of the playworker
Chris Martin
8.34
7) What is an Adventure Playground?
14:15playing in schools
Michael Follett
5.21
8) No Limits to Play
14:30play cycle
Polly Blaikie
2.8
YOGA FOR PLAY TYPES
Chris Taylor
6.26
9) How School Surroundings Effect the Quality of Play Environments
14:4510) Roles of Playworkers
15:00
15:15Bob Hughes
15:30Morgan Leichter-Saxby
1.4
beyond children's right to play
Stuart Lester
3.13
understanding methods of assessment especially for a taught course
Jenny Gallucci
4.17
towards not taking play seriously
Wendy Russell
6.27
working alongside volunteers to develop play opportunties
Claire Hein & Kate Hellard
8.35
15:45loose parts
Nicole Ioannou
2.9
adventure play: a challenge
Jess Milne
5.22
16:00love outdoor play
Claire Colvine & Cath Prisk
7.31
16:15
16:30
16:45
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