Creating a Sense of Place for Young Children's Environments
Creating a Sense of Place for Young Children's Environments

Research indicates that space is a powerful regulator of young children's behavior, learning, and emotional development. There are many traditionally accepted codes that permeate preschool spaces. Early childhood experts are beginning to look at new ways to break these antiquated codes to turn the space of the classroom into a memorable place for young children. This presentation will explore design solutions that create a Sense of Place for young children's learning environments through the application of four essential design tenets that can guide the design of environments and furnishings: (1) Nature-Aligned; (2) Heart-Centered; (3) Sensory-Based; and, (4) Authentically-Inspired. Attend this webinar to rethink how we collectively approach the design of places of learning for young children.

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