Hampshire Hotel - Parkzicht Eindhoven
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Yesterday, I took public transit around Amsterdam, and all I could think was "I miss having a bike!" So today I took the train to Eindhoven, rented a bike, and rode around this quaint little town. What struck me as I was riding was the quality of the bike paths, but also how they ran right along ordinary things, like gas stations, that I see all the time in the United States. Except here, instead of being surrounded by car highways, the gas station has a bike path on ...
... word. They say it's a great way to see if you're healthy and getting the right nutrition and such. So weird! It just leaves stains everywhere and its gross looking! I prefer our toilets.> So we get to our hotel and have a short hour to get ready for our excursion of the day: Mumford and Sons in Goffertpark, Nijmegen. Throughout this whole trip we have struggled finding the best way to get to the concert since we have an 8am flight to London in the morning and there ...
Today was a super creative day, where I made stuff. You know how yesterday I mentioned that Hans made clay birds? Well today, he took me out to his workshop and helped me make one of my own! We sat with the clay and the mold and he talked me through how to make a body and add a head and a tail and it was so much fun...and it even looks somewhat like a bird like his does. It takes a few days until it ...
... a unified approach to solving TE issues that arise. Personally I think this is one of many reasons why some of the TE programs are so successful..
In the lower secondary system TE was implemented as compulsory in lower secondary from 93. The universities did some interesting things in terms of teacher training and curriculum development at this time. When developing the curriculum the Netherlands took design element from UK curriculum and a critical approach from ...
... a beautiful castle, circa 1600's, and met some landscape artists two of whom were working on a giant beehive, and further on a few were building a low wall out of forest debris. We also saw a windmill just outside the town of Heeze, complete with goats and miniature ponies. We then continued along the bike path towards the town of Valkenswaard, stopping for lunch at a lovely thatched restaurant ...