Play is a universal phenomenon and a right of childhood. It is a spontaneous, rewarding and fun with several benefits:
- Education: helps children learn and build skills that lay the foundation for learning to read, write and do math.
- Social skills: provides opportunities to socialize with peers of the same age, and to learn to understand others, to communicate and to negotiate.
- Cognition: encourages children to learn, imagine, categorize and problem solve.
- Therapeutic benefits: Gives children the opportunity to express troubling aspects of their daily life, including stresses, trauma, family conflicts and other dilemmas.
Join us in this Coffee with Dika session and understand:
- What is play in a child’s learning process?
- Why play is important to child’s learning process?
- What activities can be play in Early Childhood Education?
- How early childhood educators scaffold children during their play process?
Assistant principal and children’s play therapy practitioner with Certificate in Child Psychology, Diploma in Graphic Design, Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education. Jacky has been in the early childhood industry for more than 12 years. He started his children art studio 12 years ago and as a qualified early childhood educator and children’s play therapy practitioner, Jacky has worked closely with children, including those with learning disabilities. He always implements play in his teaching process because he knows that children learn best through fun.
Day, Date: Sunday, 6th May 2018
Time: 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Venue: Dika College B-3-5, IOI Boulevard, Jalan Kenari 5 Bandar Puchong Jaya Puchong, Selangor