The Play Paradigm: Rethinking Children’s Curriculum for Optimal Learning

In this webinar hosted by Teaching Strategies, school leaders and educators will discover how intentional teaching can enhance children's learning experiences.
  • Virtual Workshops
  • Heads of schools, School Leaders, Teachers, Counselors, ICT Manager, Marketing Executives, Service Learning Coordinator
  • Virtual
  • Free
  • 1:00 pm (GMT+00:00) - 2:00 pm (GMT+00:00)
  • 4 September 2024


At Teaching Strategies, we help early childhood educators build this environment and provide the foundation for success for every child by connecting teachers, children, and families to inspired teaching and learning experiences, informative data, and stronger partnerships through the leading early learning platform and solutions.

Join our early childhood experts as we explore the Play Paradigm, a research-based framework that prioritises play and exploration for optimal learning outcomes. In this engaging webinar, attendees will have the opportunity to dive into the world of early childhood education and gain valuable insights into how to create stimulating environments that enhance creativity, problem-solving, and collaboration.

Throughout this session, we will delve into the principles of the Creative Curriculum and align them with current research in early childhood education. By showcasing practical examples, we will highlight the crucial role of play in fostering social-emotional, cognitive, and physical development in young children.

As an educator, administrator, or curriculum developer, this webinar offers you a unique opportunity to gain practical strategies that can be implemented immediately. You will discover how intentional teaching and scaffolding play experiences can maximize learning outcomes and create a transformative educational experience for children.

By attending this webinar hosted by Teaching Strategies, you will be equipped with the knowledge and tools needed to implement the Play Paradigm and unleash the transformative power of the Creative Curriculum. Don’t miss this chance to reimagine children’s education and make a lasting impact on their learning journey. Join us and discover the endless possibilities that play can offer in early childhood education.

Questions to be covered in this workshop

  • What are the stages of play?
  • What lifelong process skills are learned through play?
  • How can educators set up invitations to play?
  • What is the educator’s role in supporting play?


  • Suzana Spina
    Teaching Strategies
    International Senior Partner Success Manager

    Suzana Spina is a dedicated professional with a diverse background, hailing from Brazil.

    Starting her career as a special education Spanish teacher, she has been able to provide crucial support to students facing disabilities and language barriers. With her exceptional leadership skills, Suzana quickly rose to the position of assistant principal in a school that caters predominantly to Hispanic students. Following this, she served as the Early Childhood Director for the Plano Independent School District.

    Presently, Suzana works with Teaching Strategies, leveraging her expertise to deliver worldwide professional development and instructional coaching aimed at enhancing early childhood education.

    Through her unwavering commitment, Suzana continues to create positive change in the field.

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