Hazelwood School GM + AD Architects pursued the Hazelwood project with a commitment to building knowledge and capacity on a building that would work with children with a very complex range of abilities. Most extant examples are schools serving the needs of children with visual limitations, or hearing limitations, or cognitive issues or physical limitations. In this case, the design would need to meet the needs and enhance the independence of children with a mix of all of these issues. The initial phase of data gathering by the architect was replaced by joint research when the new Head Teacher was hired. The firm committed to extensive and continuous user engagement as well as the participation of specialized experts.
Games That Work The Language Teacher Toolkit by Steve Smith and Gianfranco Conti is now available from Amazon. I don’t think that you have to use games to teach classes successfully. Inexperienced teachers should be wary of using games if class control is still shaky or if you have an unusually difficult class. I believe classes appreciate teachers who make them work and with whom they get on, not teachers who play games. That said, games bring variety and a bit of fun to lessons. They can be very motivational. MmeThomas-French - EXTRA Series Videos Skip to main content Make the most out of any wiki by using our free sister product, Blendspace by TES, to create interactive lessons and presentations! guest Join | Help | Sign In MmeThomas-French Home
Best Practices in Educational Facilities Investments Exemplary design categories: multi-sensory environment, outdoor spaces, safety, special needs provision How the facility meets the needs of education and communities: The ambition of this school for children and young people with sensory impairments was to create a challenging and stimulating environment for all. Varied wall and floor surface textures and built-in navigational aids - such as trail rails, varied ceiling heights, and the print, Braille, moon and graphical signage - help children to navigate around the building independently. The main school building is a single-storey “s” shape structure that reduces the perceived scale of the school and makes it less intimidating and more welcoming to small children. The shape creates a series of small scaled, intimate internal and external spaces. The design is both imaginative and sympathetic to the school’s parkland context, with its use of natural materials such as wood, slate and cork.
Classroom Games for Introductory / Beginning French Classes Every week in my first semester French class, we played games to review and reinforce what we did in the previous class. For other French teachers out there who are looking for more activities, these are what I actually used in my class this year. A lot of these I found on Pinterest, where I have a Teaching French at Uni board. Some of these classroom games require little to no prep, but having dice and maybe some playing pieces on hand is always a good idea. Blogger “Next Blog” Solution? So I’ve been bumming since the Blogger Beta went live and the old hack that would get rid of that potentially dangerous (at least for classroom teachers) “Next Blog” button from your blog stopped working. But yesterday in one of my presentations here at NCCE, Glenn Malone offered up a solution. Problem is, I can’t get it to work on my MAC, but I think it might be user error on my part.
This Spanish kindergarten is filled with mountains, caves and chess Photography by Kim Wendt Copenhagen design firm Rosan Bosch Studio, have designed the interiors of a kindergarten in Zaragoza, Spain, that has a variety of creative learning zones for the children. The kindergarten, which has children from 3-6 yrs, is home to a custom-designed mountain with caves underneath for the children to play in. 5 of My Favorite English Games for ESL Students I saved the best for last. My students requested this game more often than any other game we ever played. It's based on the old drinking game "Ring of Fire," modified for the classroom. Materials needed:A standard deck of playing cards, a whiteboard, 20-30 small slips of blank paper, and a bowl.
Fiona's French Classroom Finding Images for Classroom Use June 18, 2013 Fiona Boughey Uncategorized DP, IBO, MYP, photos, pictures, visual Teaching the International Baccalaureate curriculum for languages means that images are used for stimulus quite frequently. The MYP has recently introduced a new Visual Interpretation objective. FLTEACH FAQ - Activities That Work - Introduction Introduction Table of Contents: A.