This book review outlines the key features of the book, Place, Pedagogy and Play: Participation, Design and Research with Children, edited by Matluba Kahn, Simon Bell, and Jenny Wood. The book consists of 13 chapters divided into three parts. Part 1 details the importance of outdoor play. Part 2 describes strategies teachers have implemented to connect learners to the outdoors and their impact on student learning. Part 3 highlights opportunities to involve children in the design of spaces they occupy. Strengths and weakness of the book are discussed.
Thomas, T. (2023). Book Review: Place, Pedagogy and Play: Participation, Design and Research with Children. International Journal of Playwork Practice, 3(1), Article 1. https://doi.org/10.25035/ijpp.03.01.03
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