Fleer's Conceptual PlayWorld App
Fleer's Conceptual PlayWorld App is a free app developed by Monash Professor Marilyn Fleer. It contains a series of how-to videos specifically designed to help early childhood educators to design and implement their own Conceptual PlayWorlds. The app comes with examples to support your understanding.
This App was developed by Fleer’s Conceptual PlayLab in collaboration with Moses Wan and Jonathan Li from the Monash University Faculty of Engineering and Dasha Spasojevic, Tom Morgan and Jason Crow from Monash Art Design and Architecture.
If you need support with Fleer's Conceptual PlayWorld App, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A note on privacy
For the general public:
Any videos recorded on this App will be stored on the device. App users have control over what they record and save.
For research participants:
Data collected will be stored in accordance with Monash University research data storage principles and will only be accessed by the researchers. These principles state that all data (including electronic data) must be recorded and stored in a secure, durable and appropriately referenced form. Data management will comply with the Monash University data protection and privacy procedure, including the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014 (Vic).
VR PlayWorlds App for Families
This VR app gives families an immersive experience of a Conceptual PlayWorld. For first time users there is a complete tutorial which covers both theory and practice showing 360 footage from a Conceptual PlayWorld in a family home. Users can choose to experience the Conceptual PlayWorld from the child’s perspective or the adult’s perspective. Download the app to your smartphone and use a set of cardboard goggles to experience the Conceptual PlayWorld in virtual reality.
This app has been developed by Laureate Professor Marilyn Fleer’s Conceptual PlayLab at Monash University’s Faculty of Education in collaboration with Abbey McClean and Jonathan Li from the Faculty of Engineering through funding from the Australian Research Council FL180100161.
If you need support with VR PlayWorlds App, please email us at email@example.com.
A note on privacy