Creative Methods In Special Needs Education (7 days course on Martinique)

Rating: 5/54 users

This course is aimed at those who are interested in integration and inclusion and the use of creative, artistic and game based methods in special needs education. More details about the course are available on the course webpage.

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Fort de France, France

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Teacher Elana was very good! Frendly and a high level of experience. Course was very good structured and i liked both theory and practise. Well done!

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I attended the course Creative Methods in Special Needs Education. I learned how to use name games, concentration games, mindfulness, how to make a plan for students with behaviour problems and I participated in a Rock and Water training. The course was great because I learned a lot and it was a great experience to meet teachers from Poland, Germany, Greech, Italy and Bosnia and we exchanged our views on education. The course provider was excellent. The island Martinique was beautiful.

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It was fun! Good, educational course. Many practical, interactive assignments that you can also perform in class.

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It's been a nice course with a lot of posibilities to learn from eachother and of all different schooltypes throughout Europe. Lot of exercises are suitable for my practice. Some of them are better suitable for younger children.

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