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Boy leaning on a table
This week we have introduced you to the value of the learning through play experience tool for children with visual impairment.

We started by explaining the characteristics of play that we know lead to deeper learning. The week ended with an in-depth presentation of the observation grid.

Next week we’ll take a closer look at the coding process. You’ll be able to practise with 5 playful experiences.

You will develop your understanding of the five characteristics and what they look like. You will think about what we, as facilitators can do to improve the play experiences.

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Observing Visually Impaired Children Learning Through Play

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