Playful learning publication – A playful example of PgC Action Research


This year some of my colleagues (those undertaking the PgC Teaching and Supporting Learning in HE) have agreed to allow me to share their work in different forums.  I will do this because their work is fantastic and deserves to be seen! Below is a link to a magazine dedicated to playful learning, produced by Claire Robertson-Bennett (@ClaireRBennett1), created in response to the request to undertake an action research project. This publication captures a well-formed practitioner project, and some very valuable insights into playful learning. I was struck by several things here – the creative methods within research, the capturing of transferable lessons on playful approaches, and the way in which this document has started a dialogue on a topic which was previously never surfaced. If you are interested in practice based research projects, playful learning or staff development, do take a look. If you like it – tell Claire 🙂

Download the Play-Work-Learn Magazine






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