Play Palooza: Nurturing Abilities Through Joyful Learning
Complete Attendance not available before workshop starts.
Play is an essential and natural aspect of childhood, contributing significantly to a child's cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development. This training session is dedicated to understanding the profound impact of play on young children with disabilities. Participants will explore the importance of play-based learning, gain insights into adapting activities for diverse abilities, and learn practical strategies to create inclusive play environments.
Early Childhood Teachers, Early Childhood Special Education Teachers, Self-Contained Special Education Teachers, Teachers of Students with Autism, Autism Specialists, Special Education Teachers, Instructional Support Specialists, and Families of Students with Disabilities.
Diversity and Special Needs Populations
TTESS 1.3 Knowledge of Students
TTESS 1.4 Activities
TTESS 2.1 Achieving Expectations
TTESS 2.3 Communication
TTESS 2.4 Differentiation
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