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Let’s play! Practical ways to increase agency through play in programming
Play provides children and youth with vital opportunities to grow. Play is universal and it is a unifier - it cuts across sectors and thematic areas. Agency through play is critical for all children and youth, and in particular those affected by crises where there can be uncertainty and a loss of control.
Play and Learning in Children's Eyes (PALICE) Final Overview REport
This report presents an overview of the tool development and piloting process, as well as the results of the pilot analysis and final modifications to the tools.
Understanding Settings for Early Childhood Socialization: Evidence from the Rohingya Camps
In this brief, we aim to 1) understand the socialization context Rohingya children living in the Cox’s Bazar Camps experience; and 2) explore the utility of rapid ethnography to understand evolving sociocultural contexts like refugee camps.
Playful Learning Across the Years (PLAY) Measurement Toolkit
The Playful Learning Across the Years (PLAY) tools are designed to measure adult-child interactions that support children’s self-sustaining engagement in learning. There are multiple tools for use in different learning settings, including homes, pre-primary schools, and primary classrooms.
Delivering Quality Research in Culturally Dynamic, Conflict-Affected Contexts: Lessons From Large-Scale Pilot Research in Cox’s Bazar
In this brief, we outline the process and strategies used throughout to provide context and a path forward for future researchers to deliver quality research in this, and other, complex research environments with the ultimate goal of informing the types, design, and delivery of services to support families and foster resilience in these contexts for generations to come.
Looking at Play Through the Eyes of Rohingya Children in Cox’s Bazar
Our data show that Rohingya children demonstrate a tremendous amount of spontaneous and creative activity in their everyday lives, despite the many challenges in the Cox’s Bazar camps. This brief provides fresh perspectives into the remarkable resilience and creativity these young children possess.
Fathers’ Perceptions of Play: Evidence from the Rohingya Camps
In 2020 and 2021, NYU-TIES set out to better understand how parents perceive play in Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh. This brief highlights some of the most critical findings supported by multiple data sets, focusing in particular on the role of fathers in supporting playful learning and concluding with reflections on how these findings might be valuable for future program implementation and research.
Play Opportunities for Wellness and Education Resource
This resource contains 100 gender responsive play-based learning activities to make children feel happy and promote learning and development for all boys and girls and adults who play.
Jeux et activités pour le bien-être et l’éducation
Cette fiche contient 100 activités d’apprentissage par le jeu sensibles au genre. Elles favorisent la joie, l’apprentissage et le développement des garçons, des filles et des adultes qui y participent.