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spiral of learning -
Transcript of spiral of learning -
what janet introduced.
what is janet moyles play spiral?
it is based on the fact children should be allowed to play freely first then structured then freely the first free play will allow the children to explore on their own the structured will teach them more about the play, example learn how to make shapes out of clay and next the child can play freely again to practise their new found skill.
janet moyles, play theory:
children need material play from a young age and this should be free play the guided play then free play again.
a child needs to have the freedom to explore a toy without help first the after a child will needs guided play and a teacher teaching them how to use it. then afterwards the child should have free play again.
Janet Moyles introduced learning based on a spiral approach in 1989. Which starts with free play which allows children to explore. E.g to explore water suing equipments provided. If the child is ready the model processes to structured play where the teacher uses his/her observations of the children's free play to direct the children's exploration. E.g to explore how to change the size of a splash. Free play allows children to discover and record learning easily.
if you have any questions dont be afraid to ask.
The theory is bvased on the fact children should be allowed to play freely first then structured then freely. The