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Contemporary art museums: Home of the brave THE view north from the top of Tate Modern’s new twisted ten-storey extension (pictured), which opens on June 17th, is among the finest in London: a perfectly aligned panorama of St Paul’s Cathedral in all its Baroque beauty. And such is the democracy of the museum that the public will get to enjoy it too, from a generous balcony that wraps right around the building. They won’t have to pay.

Our Solution - SoundCure After an audiologist evaluates your tinnitus, your Serenade device is programmed to play the sounds most likely to be effective for you. In the hearing healthcare provider’s office, your tinnitus will be assessed, and then your device will be programmed using a computer. Serenade’s treatment tones are based on a match to the pitch of your tinnitus. The device volume will also be set to a level that is most comfortable for you. It is important that the tones are played neither too loudly, nor too softly. Device programming is simple, comfortable, and takes approximately 20 to 30 minutes. Reflective practice Reflective practice is the capacity to reflect on action so as to engage in a process of continuous learning.[1] According to one definition it involves "paying critical attention to the practical values and theories which inform everyday actions, by examining practice reflectively and reflexively. This leads to developmental insight".[2] A key rationale for reflective practice is that experience alone does not necessarily lead to learning; deliberate reflection on experience is essential.[3][4] Reflective practice can be an important tool in practice-based professional learning settings where people learn from their own professional experiences, rather than from formal learning or knowledge transfer. It may be the most important source of personal professional development and improvement. History and background[edit]

Mosaic approach - Pupil Voice Wales Spaces to Play: gathering children's perspectives, Alison Clark, Thomas Coram Research Unit, Institute of Education, London Introduction How can we increase our understandings of how children use spaces to play? How can we make children's perspectives visible and audible in order to be the starting point for change? Research Bulletins Andy Tharby (Research & Development Leader at DHS) produces a half termly research bulletin for staff. They are archived here and can be downloaded using the links (on the dates) below. May 2016 – The Psychology of Behaviour Management – by Nick Rose.February 2016 – Focuses on the paper ‘What will improve a student’s memory?’

A Moment for the Selk'nam A Moment for the Selk'nam by Chris Nelson The Selk'nam lived in the remote southernmost tip of South America among the islands now known as Tierra del Fuego, the continent's last tribe to be encountered by European explorers. Subsequently slaughtered to extinction by ranchers, the Selk'nam are remembered primarily for their elaborate male-initiation rituals, or Hain, whereby the young men of the tribe were ushered into adulthood. Here's how the ceremony played out. Adolescent males were beckoned to a dark hut, where they were brutally attacked by vengeful spirits, who were really elder tribesmen body-painted and dressed in supernatural costume.

A sound of hope for tinnitus victims by ROBER DOBSON, Daily Mail A new treatment for tinnitus using vibrations created by synthesised music, improved symptoms in almost all patients during its first trial. The sonic brain reprogramming treatment, based on sound vibrations that pass through a bone behind the ear, helped eight out of ten of the patients who had twice-weekly sessions of the therapy.

Professional Learning Plan As a pre-service teacher, it is important to critically reflect upon our teaching practice. Crucially, this reflection should go beyond mere strengths and weakness to consider the most important outcomes, those of student learning. In considering my future professional learning needs I have evaluated areas of my teaching that I can actively seek improvement to achieve improved learning outcomes for students. Ingvarson (2002) suggests that “professional development should involve teachers in the identification of what they need to learn and in the development of the learning experiences in which they will be involved” (in Marsh, 2008, p293).

Learning Stories – using your observations for assessment I had the great pleasure of returning to Birmingham recently. This was to so do some training with a group of enthusiastic and knowledgeable practitioners on Observations for Assessments. One of the techniques that I had chosen to focus on was Learning Stories. Margaret Carr was promoting Learning Stories as a method for assessment over 10 years ago, so it’s not a new idea. However, it is an opportune time to return to them as the discussion about how to assess children looks to return (BBC Website). I really like Learning Stories because they are positive reinforcements of your child’s achievements and because they are very personal records.

Hamlet is the prime example of the effects of traumatic situations, mourning, and despair. by mandyleighxo Jan 6