Play Better Games
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Play Better Games

Enabling Children with Autism to Join in with Everyday Games
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ISBN-13:
9781351702584
Einband:
PDF
Seiten:
164
Autor:
Carmel Conn
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
PDF
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Ordinary games are an important vehicle for children's learning. They provide a powerful, naturally occurring learning environment that is physical, playful and fun. Playing games requires interpersonal skills in language, thought, social behavior, creativity, self-regulation and skilful use of the body. When children play games together they develop the following key capacities:Cooperative behaviorFocused attentionSocial understandingHolding information in mindMotor, spatial and sequential planningSelf-regulation, e.g impulse control, coping with excitement, controlled exertionCollaborative behavior and negotiationSelf-expression and creativity.Games provide a social experience that is emotionally compelling, where children laugh and have fun and do not realise they are interacting, problem solving, negotiating and cooperating with each other.Play Better Games is designed to help practitioners and parents to think about what might prohibit their children from joining in with games and plan effective strategies for support. It will be of benefit to teachers, therapists, group works, play workers, midday supervisors and support workers, as well as to parents and siblings of children with autism.
Ordinary games are an important vehicle for children's learning. They provide a powerful, naturally occurring learning environment that is physical, playful and fun. Playing games requires interpersonal skills in language, thought, social behavior, creativity, self-regulation and skilful use of the body. When children play games together they develop the following key capacities:Cooperative behaviorFocused attentionSocial understandingHolding information in mindMotor, spatial and sequential planningSelf-regulation, e.g impulse control, coping with excitement, controlled exertionCollaborative behavior and negotiationSelf-expression and creativity.Games provide a social experience that is emotionally compelling, where children laugh and have fun and do not realise they are interacting, problem solving, negotiating and cooperating with each other.Play Better Games is designed to help practitioners and parents to think about what might prohibit their children from joining in with games and plan effective strategies for support. It will be of benefit to teachers, therapists, group works, play workers, midday supervisors and support workers, as well as to parents and siblings of children with autism.

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