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... grounding for their future in a real working environment.“The classes of the Design programme are run by humanities specialists, artists and designers. Every field of design has an area of the humanities allotted to it and this has allowed the teaching of practical skills to be expanded with knowledge in sociology, psychology and anthropology giving School of Form’s future designers the tools to satisfy the needs of modern man”.
... teacher re training. The pedagogy is shifting therefore teaching re training is essential. These are the only courses at the senior level that are assessed.
Something else we discussed:
In a way the
misconception about what TE offers students comes from us making the mistake
for too long of staying away from science. Science was thought of as the big
enemy. The issue with staying away from science automatically puts you at the
low end of the ...
To and Huget both had to go to work, so we had a slow start and then drove to Holland! Maastricht, home of André Rieu! Had a lovely day walking around the two market squares, the food and clothes market stalls and then had lunch watching the people walk by. No churches, museums or art galleries today. Back home for more chatting and snails for dinner. To is truly a great ...
Said goodbye to Rob and Rob. Then had a slow start on our journey east across Belgium. Then............ John found another battlefield! Waterloo is somewhat different from WW2 and WW1. Napoleon was defeated on 18/6/1815 by Wellington's and Blucher's armies. About 70,000 on each side. The end of the Napoleonic Wars. Climbed 226 steps of the Butte Du Lion (Lion's Mound), a conical ...
It was a stay close to home day. We had a lazy mornng, restocked groceries and waited for SusanM to arrive for lunch. Some went to the Phillips Museum in the afternoon, either by bike or by bus. It was an extremely well curated museum with lots of interactive exhibits, although it was a bit self promoting.
Pamela and Kathleen enjoyed ...