January 2017 #WePlayChat: Play Based Experiential Learning

Join us Friday, January 27 at 1:00pm EST as we welcome Amowi Phillips to our #WePlayChat on “Play Based Experiential Learning.” Amowi  has a life-long interest in children, play, culture and design in African contexts. She is a strong advocate for securing kid-friendly public cultural spaces in urban Africa. She works as a social innovator and concept team leader through Mmofra Foundation on Playtime in Africa, a children’s park and natural learning project in Accra, Ghana which is the only one of its kind in the country.

Here are the chat questions that will guide our dialogue:

Q1. What are some global examples of play-based experiential learning (#PBXL)?
Q2. In your community, how is learning from play valued?
Q3. What environments work best for playful hands-on learning?
Q4. How can child-centered design and public spaces promote playful learning? 

#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 7 countries, spanning 4 continents – all tuning in to connect around PLAY.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 the conversation around the value of play. This FREE professional learning opportunity is a great way to connect with fellow play enthusiasts, teachers and experts from the across the globe.