At the 2023 Dhaka Lit Fest (DLF), children enjoyed a joyful day playing and enjoying a variety of creative activities, while parents engaged in discussions on their children’s academic development and parental well-being. BRAC IED has showcased its work in Early Childhood Development, Teaching and Learning, Mental Health and well-being, and aiding disadvantaged populations through innovative solutions.
The BRAC Play Lab model, which uses a play-based curriculum to develop social-emotional learning, self-regulation, language, playfulness, creativity, empathy, and problem-solving skills among children, was used by the BRAC Institute of Educational Development to engage various groups of people attending DLF in their work from January 5 through January 8. Currently, around 11,500 kids in Bangladesh, Tanzania, and Uganda benefit from the approach.
BRAC IED welcomes those interested in early learning, play, and mental health by offering the opportunity to learn more about their work on various projects, short courses, and Master’s programs. It also keeps parents and caregivers updated about the stages of a child’s development.