The children were with us for the whole day instead of just for three hours in the afternoons and I had been asked to join the team for the week. Having more time in the day meant not only could we do the conductive programmes but we also had time to do lots of fun stuff. For example we could cook ourselves a hearty breakfast to set us up for the day's adventures, such as being arty with our papier mache, cycling, story-telling and playing the famous five, singing English songs and painting.
Tagesstätte: In Germany school finishes at lunch time for younger children, Tagestätte is the name given to the place where the children spend their afternoons, where they eat lunch, do their homework and may even have time to play.
Very intyeresting, mavelick approach!
Thank you fro sharing!
There is nothing particularly maverick in my pedagogic activity. All conductors adapt their pedagogy to suit their personal teaching style, the needs of their clients and the opportunities of the situation. Being spontaneous is a great way of awakening interest and motivating activity in my clients.
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