Wellbeing in Education er IPENs gratis konference (Positive Education International Network). Konferencen foregår over en række dage:
We are connecting thousands of people across the world and have curated two incredibly compelling days including a true Who’s Who of Wellbeing in Education. The 2-day IPEN event is itself part of Tecmilenio University, Institute for Wellbeing & Happiness, 5-day global conference that focuses on Positive People, Positive Organisations, Positive Education, Thriving Cities and Positive Families.
Louise Tidmand laver et oplæg om playfulness:
We all have childhood memories that are vivid in our minds, more thanoften they involve play, fun and positive emotions. They build somatic markersthat can be triggered by a smell, a taste or music that we associate with thatmoment in time.
Play is an unencumbered state that is ideal for exploring andunderstanding boundaries (Tidmand, 2020) and in this state we more than often wanderinto the zone of proximal development (Vygotsky, 1967) where our students continuouslyopen up for learning.
In this talk Louise Tidmand will unravel the effect of playfulness onthe dopamin reward system in the brain that triggers expansion of the range ofour immediate thought and action repertoire – our cognition and our attention.
Let Louise guide you through how to involve play in your teaching as alever to unlocking academic superpowers in your class.