Introducing series 2 of the TTS Talking Early Years Podcast. This season, we’ll be chatting to experts about the importance of play-based learning in the Early Years.
Each week, our NEW podcast host, Alice Sharp, will be joined by guest experts, early years practitioners, and our very own in-house educational experts to explore everything Early Years!
Alice and guests will share practical guidance and inspiration for your settings, signposting you to relevant resources. Plus, we’ll be sharing exclusive supporting content to help inspire the next generation of learners.
Our bitesize episodes are the perfect addition to your morning routine or evening downtime, so grab yourself a cup of tea and get comfortable as we unlock the potential for learning in the Early Years.
Series 2: Developing key skills through play
Series 2 aims to explore the wonderful world of play-based learning. Topics include, the importance of imaginative role-play, bridging the gap in language development, and ways to create language-rich learning environments… plus so much more!
Meet our TTS Talking Podcast host
Alice Sharp is the author of five books, a range of Educational DVDs and the Multi Award winning online training Adventures with Alice (AWA). She has also designed over twenty products with TTS.
Alice was awarded Lecturer of the Year and Most Inspirational in Early years award over the past few years and has recently been awarded a Scottish Edge Award and Business Development Award.
Alice has delivered hundreds of keynotes, workshops and seminars collaborating with incredible people and groups, the Education and Library Boards in Northern Ireland, Basic Skills Agency for the Welsh Government Assembly, Scottish Book Trust, London Early Years Foundation, Queens University and University of Wales.
Alice continues to develop and deliver for Glasgow University (BA in Childhood Practice), as well as those focussed on dads (Approved by Dads) and mums (First Steps), parents and babies (Tickle Giggle) and narrowing the gap in children’s language development.