This article shares the importance of play in helping young students to success in school. This is central to the success of Finland’s educational system according to author William Doyle, a Fulbright Scholar who now teaches at a university in Finland.Source:
William Doyle, The Hechinger Report, January 8, 2017Description:
Finland leads the world in its discovery that play is the most fundamental engine and efficiency-booster of children’s learning. The nation’s children learn through play until age 7, and then are given guaranteed 15-minute outdoor play breaks every hour of every single school day (regardless of the weather) until high school.Read the full article here!