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Yn dilyn cynhadledd IPA 2011 caniatoadd nifer o'r cyflwynwyr i ni gyhoeddi eu papurau a'u cyflwyniadau. 

Rhestrir y papurau a'r cyflwyniadau fesul diwrnod ac yn nhrefn y wyddor yn ôl cyfenw. 

Laawrlwytho rhaglen y gynhadledd

Dydd Llun, 4 Gorffennaf 2011

Tracey Bancroft, Steve Plimmer (Cymru): Play on the Move - Active Play on Wheels. Dynamic, innovative environment encouraging play

Theresa Casey (Yr Alban): IPA President - Opening Address

Jan van Gils (Gwlad Belg): The evolution of children's play in public space during the last 25 years in Flanders

Ali Jonzon (Canada): Daughters of mothers with multiple sclerosis: their experience of play

Pete King (Cymru): Maximising children's choice during play in relation to structual, functional, social and emotional affordances?

Isami Kinoshita (Siapan): Towards a neighbourhood paradise rather than stranger danger

Theresa Lu (Singapore): Bridging the Gap: Enhancing outdoor play environments for young children in Singapore

Soren Dahl Mortensen (Denmarc): The Harry Potter Festival - organised play in urban space

Maria de Lourdes Sandoval Martinon (Mecsico): Spaces for children's play in Mexico City (scheduled for Monday - due to unforeseen circumstances took place on Thursday 7 July)

Keith Towler (Cymru): UN Convention on the Rights of the Child - Wales

Dirk E. J. Vermeulen (Netherlands): Children's use of play space: boys and girls

Jan White, Helen Woolley (Lloegr): Landscapes for early childhood: investigating the characteristics of good outdoor environmnts for young children and references

Rob Wheway (Lloegr): Most Play Strategies are Wrong - lessons from Cardiff

Kathy Wong (Hong Kong): International Playbus Work - Hong Kong Case

Dydd Mawrth, 5 Gorffennaf 2011

Mira Tetkowski Berkley (UDA), Valerie Huggins (Lloegr): Preparing early years teachers to understand their role in promoting play: American and English challenges

Vicki Burns, Susan McIntyre (Yr Alban): 'It's what makes children fun': Hearing Scottish children's views on their right to play

Catherine Couturier (Sweden): Teaching with play or with a playful perspective

Diane Crone, Leonie Labistour (Lloegr): The role of play for holistic health (in the conference programme and book the workshop is titled Play, health and wellbeing: evidence and implications for practice)

Patrizio De Rossi (Yr Eidal/Lloegr): Building a Repertoire: exploring the role of active play in encouraging physical literacy in children

Janice Dunphy (Lloegr), Tracey Bancroft (Cymru): Investigating the benefits of partnerships with PPA accredited indoor play centre operators in promoting play opportunities

David Eager, Helen Little (Awstralia): The risk paradox in play

Perry Else (Lloegr): Everybody In: A presentation on the application of New Games in a school setting and workshop handout

Marilena Flores Martins, Renata Mendes (Brasil): 'Solar dos Querubins' - the house of childhood culture

Esther Hierro (Spaen): School playgrounds: educational children's spaces

Pamela Kola (Cenia): IPA Global Consultation on Children's Right to Play - an international symposium

Stuart Lester (Lloegr): Moments of nonsense and signs of hope: the everyday 'political' nature of children's play

Karen McInnes (Cymru): Indicators of children's wellbeing in activities defined by children as play or not play

Anna Mitrega (Gwlad Pwyl): Childhood - between duties and play

Wendy Russell (Lloegr): Pyramid playwork: four triangular analyses of playwork as production of space where children can play

Lois Woodward (Cymru): Exploring the value of exploration, play and adventure as an integral part of therapeutic journeys outdoors

Dydd Mercher, 6 Gorffennaf 2011

Malgorzata Biedron (Gwlad Pwyl): Parents' participation in leisure of early adolescent children. Domination? Support and cooperation? Or separation? and presentation

Jackie Boldon a Keeks McGarry (Lloegr) Shire Bairns get Clout - The story of a Community Adventure Playground

David Eager (Awstralia): Effectiveness of pads and enclosures as safety interventions on consumer trampolines

Gabrielle Eisele (Cymru): Hand in Hand: developmental and therapeutic play for young children on the autistic spectrum

Perry Else, Julia Sexton (Lloegr): Creativity and the links to the play of adults

Lesli Godfrey, Tom Bell, Debbie Willett (Lloegr): Playful professionals: the importance of quality assurance for professional recognition

Despina Kalessopoulou (Groeg): Let's play in the museum: museum exhibits that support children's play

Kathy Wong (Hong Kong): Researching how the physical and social environments affect our children's play opportunity in Hong Kong

Ali Wood, Jackie Kilvington (Lloegr): Sex differences, sexuality and gender identity - what's play got to do with it? and paper and handout

Ymweliad - Cogan Nursery School

Dydd Iau, 8 Gorffennaf 2011

Brian Ashley (Sweden): Theory and practice for a comprehensive system of play and leisure in a community a presentation

Lesley Crawford, Katrina Brodin (Yr Alban): Bringing books alive through play (Battle of the books)

Eva Kane (Sweden): Pedagogue or ludagogue? Play in school age childcare workers practice in England and Scotland

Lothar Krappmann: Monitoring Artice 31 CRC on the child's right to play by the Committee on the Rights of the Child

Kerry Logan (Awstralia): Connecting to country: Outside play provision in remote Western Australia communities

Lois Woodward (Cymru): Down to Earth Project: sustainable outdoor classrooms and their influence on children's play and learning

Maria de Lourdes Sandoval Martinon (Mecsico): Spaces for children's play in Mexico City (scheduled for Monday but due to unforeseen circumstances took place on Thursday 7 July)








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