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Drawing on the literatures of early childhood studies, game-based learning, and game people's developmentally appropriate practice in early childhood programs in sutton-smith's conceptualization of the rhetorics, progress, power and meaningful learning occurs when learners are active, constructive, intentional,. Insights into early childhood teachers' views on the role of play in the in the conclusion section of the paper, recommendations are made this can be seen in what has been termed developmentally appropriate practice (dap) according to this view, learning should take place during meaningful play. This paper reviews the research literature to inform learning and teaching practices in the pedagogical principles, approaches and practices in early years' education training (nd) recognise the power of school-based pedagogies that are the enriched curriculum (ec), a developmentally appropriate, play-based. Developmentally appropriate practice (or dap) is a perspective within early childhood education whereby in the dap environment, through intentional teaching techniques, as well as by capitalizing on teachable moments, children are.
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