Ameliorative Curriculum : Directed Play
Institute for Research on Exceptional Children, University of Illinois, 1970 - Activity programs in education
The purpose of directed play is to provide teachers with ideas for planning and preparing stimulating play settings and activities. In addition to the physical setting, methods and techniques occur within the play activity to promote cognitive learning, physical skills, and positive social and emotional development.
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