plā′wėrk′ings, n. Portions of play matters consideration; draft formations.

Authorship

Playworkings blog is written by Joel Seath (UK playworker, playwork trainer and thinker!)

This blog site was initially created as a sister site to Play Connectivity (which has now been brought here to Playworkings): currently a small collection of research and speculation papers.

Playworkings is a project imagined to keep me thinking: children’s play and playwork occupies and stimulates many, many of us in the field; we need to keep thinking, observing, reflecting, practising, writing, questioning, making mistakes, digging up moments of magic, etc.

Comments and critical feedback are welcome.
 
 

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