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Friday, February 26 • 11:15am - 12:30pm
Developing Executive Functioning Skills Through Play in Early Years - A Case Study FULL

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Play is an important part of a child's developing years. Making time for Make Believe/ Pretend play gives children opportunities to develop language, self control, balance, impulse control and concentration. More structured play can be incorporated in classrooms to make learning literacy and numeracy fun at that age. Learning through play helps a child develop self regulation, empathy and make meaningful connections to their environment. At OIS, Mumbai students have been introduced to play based learning. The workshops aims to share the practices with the target audience.

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Cate Arnquist

Head of Early Years, Oberoi International School
Let the Children Play! | | I have been working with Early Childhood in International schools for almost 15 years. Early Years is a huge passion for me and I love to learn and explore play based learning, Reggio Emilia and how Inclusion works best in our classrooms. I have worked in USA, Venezuela, Bangladesh, Peru and India.
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Anindita Mukherjee

I am presently the Deputy Head of the Student Success Program( Primary and Early Years) at Oberoi International School, Mumbai. I have been working with young students with special and specific learning needs and their families for past 15 years now. I have been involved in setting up inclusive practices at our school as well as train teachers and parents to support students effectively in inclusive set ups. I believe early identification of... Read More →



Friday February 26, 2016 11:15am - 12:30pm
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  • Grade Level / Target Audience ES

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