November 30 #WePlayChat: Playing Through A Pandemic

Join us on Twitter Monday, November 30 at 7:00pm ET/4:00pm PT for the next installment of our monthly #WePlayChat.  We are honored to welcome Meghan Talarowski to the main stage to discuss the topic, “Playing Through A Pandemic”.

Meghan is the founder and executive director of Studio Ludo. She has degrees in architecture and landscape architecture, almost 20 years of experience in the design field, and is a certified playground safety inspector. Her work has been featured by The New York Times, The Atlantic, NPR, Curbed, Landscape Architecture Magazine, and World Landscape Architecture Magazine. She is a steering committee member for the US Play Coalition and a board member for Smith Memorial Playground and Playhouse. You can follow Meghan via Twitter @_studio_ludo.

Here are the questions we will be covering during this #WePlayChat:

Q1. How do we use play to spread joy, not the virus?

Q2. How can play support kids and caregivers during the pandemic?

Q3. How do we play together in times of social isolation?

Q4: What is your favorite way to play?

How can you participate in #WePlayChat?

Want to join the global conversation around the value of play!?  When it is time for the chat, login to Twitter, and search for the hashtag #WePlayChat and follow along on the “Latest” tab.  Feel free to like, reply, and retweet. Just be sure to include the hashtag #WePlayChat so your input is part of the feed!
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#WePlayChat is our monthly Twitter chat for anyone seeking to gain knowledge around the field of play. Launched in 2016, it is the longest-running monthly play-based chat in the world.

Our #WePlayChat participants come from 33 countries, spanning multiple continents – all tuning in to connect around PLAY.  This FREE professional learning opportunity is a great way to connect with fellow play enthusiasts, teachers, and experts from across the globe.

Learn more about #WePlayChat online by clicking here.