Planning for Playful Learning
Transform your learning environment and create sustainable and engaging learning opportunities through intentional play. This engaging On-Demand webinar will explore the elements of an Invitation for Learning and why they are significant to play-based learning environments. We will guide you through the steps to planning an Invitation for Learning and strategies that can be used to revitalize your learning opportunities.
DURATION: 30 MINUTES
N. Kenisha Bynoe, M.Ed., is an early reading coach in the Toronto District School Board (Canada) and teaches courses for in-service educators on reading and kindergarten instruction. Kenisha is the author of Shades of Me, Shades of Happiness, and The Right Shade for Me, children’s books that unearth the complexities of skin complexion and shadeism and address social justice issues. Kenisha earned a Master of Education at the University of Toronto in the department of Sociology and Equity Studies in Education. Passionate about anti-bias approaches to teaching that foster equity and embrace play, Kenisha is an educational consultant for Coaches Corner EY.
Angelique Thompson is an early reading coach in the Toronto District School Board (Canada). A graduate of York University, Angelique is the recipient of the Excellence in Teaching Equity Award from the Elementary Teachers of Toronto, and with her colleagues, the Toronto District School Board’s award for Program/Project Excellence. Angelique also received the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario Writer’s Award for her article, Sisters in the Struggle: Racialized Women and Microaggressions in the Workplace. Angelique is passionate about addressing equity and social justice issues using play-based approaches to learning and is an educational consultant for Coaches Corner EY.