This post discusses the symposium presentation ‘Material play: children’s learning with new, found and recycled ‘stuff’ given by Professor Pat Thomson, Nina Odegard and Louisa Penfold at the Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) in Canberra, Australia.
This post looks at Serpentine Galleries' 'Play as Radical Practice' toolkit, a creative resource produced between the Gallery's learning team, artist Albert Potrony and the Portman Early Childhood Centre (UK).
This post reports on the 'Space, materials, the body: Researching young children's experiences in museum' symposium held at Manchester Metropolitan University on May 23, 2017.
This post features a summary and reflection on the theory, principles and practices of the Reggio Emilia process of pedagogical documentation. The possibilities and challenges of what this reflective methodology holds for children's gallery education are also discussed in relation to my doctoral research.
This post presents the 'Learning with Serpentine - Interim Report' published by the Centre for Research in Arts, Creativity and Literacies at the University of Nottingham
This post features an interview with Elizabeth Rood, Vice President of Education Strategy and Director of the Centre for Childhood Creativity at the Bay Area Discovery Museum in Sausalito, California in which she discusses the timeliness, importance and challenges of developing the world's first early years Fab Lab.
This post features a video interview with Lorna Rose, artist in residence at Lillian de Lissa Children's Centre and Nursery in Birmingham, UK.