Navigating Rough and Tumble Play

January 27, 2024 | 2:00 PM GMT
Rachna Joshi
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Gear up for a play revolution that challenges the norms and reshapes your personal views! 👀

Dive into the world of rough and tumble play with Early Childhood educator Rachna Joshi, and walk away with a playbook that will guide you through its playful twists and turns. We’re not just scratching the surface; we’re donning our gender and racial lenses to explore rough and tumble Play from new perspectives. Together, we’ll navigate the realms of regulations, language, and power dynamics associated with this play style.

It’s time to give rough and tumble play the recognition it deserves! 🏆

In this session we will:

  • Recognise playful signals of rough and tumble play in your classroom
  • Address common concerns and misconceptions about rough and tumble play
  • Acquire basic strategies to safely guide and support children during rough and tumble play.
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Disclaimer - This webinar is organised independently of and not endorsed by the IB. Toddle's events and webinars are organised to enable exchange of practices and ideas within the educator community and are not a replacement for the IB official workshops. Views and opinions expressed by the speakers are their personal views and should not be construed as official guidance by the IB.

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Rachna Joshi

Rachna, an MA in Early Childhood Studies, is a teacher and consultant focusing on under-threes, Nursery, and Reception. Through her writing, speaking engagements, and support for schools, she champions rough and tumble play, children's identity, and metacognition. Rachna, an endorsed traveling tutor with the Froebel Trust, combines theory and practice to foster holistic child development in her students and their communities.