Join us on Wednesday, October 30 at 9:00pm EST as we welcome co-moderator Brandi Heather, Chief Knowledge Officer of Amped2Play, to discuss the topic, “How play can change our relationship with diversity and inclusion”.
Brandi Heather is an Adapted Physical Activity and Play Development Specialist based in Red Deer, Alberta. As both a Builder and Instructor, she has spent 20 years using accessible play as the foundation of her programming and post-secondary teaching.She is currently Chief Knowledge Officer and Co Founder of AMPED2PLAY INC. where her
expertise and passion for accessible multigenerational play is highlighted in multiple programs including PLAY6S – finding ways for every person to discover and enjoy movement through inclusive play including Adapted DANCEPL3Y.
Brandi is passionate about play and the pursuit of bringing an inclusive lens to all structured and unstructured programming.
Here are the questions that Brandi will lead with us during this chat:
Q1. How can play be a catalyst for change management, resiliency and adaptability?
Q2. How can we create sustainable learning from playful experiences?
Q3. What barriers to do we hear and see when we introduce play as a serious method for physical, social and cognitive change?
Q4.How does Play give the opportunity to build more inclusive communities, schools, sports, and recreation?
#WePlayChat is our monthly Twitter chat for anyone seeking to gain knowledge around the wide open field of play. Launched in 2016, our #WePlayChat participants come from 9 countries, spanning 5 continents – all tuning in to connect around PLAY. #WePlayChat is the largest monthly Play based twitter chat in the world. This FREE professional learning opportunity is a great way to connect with fellow play enthusiasts, teachers and experts from across the globe.
We love sharing the voice of play on Twitter through our #WePlayChat. We have our chats at different times on different days to get the most involvement across our membership. You will not want to miss them! Tune in and to join in and contribute to the conversation around the value of play.