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And the fun of opening all of those wonderful gifts began. Each child exclaimed with surprise and delight as they unwrapped their packages....forming an enormous mound of paper which the adults gathered into several large trash bags!
While the children enjoyed their new toys the women of the family began assembling an enormous Jul Bord with all of the typical Christmas foods from lutafish, meatballs, herring, potato casseroles, salmon, beet ...
My time in Sweden is coming to a close, so I thought I would give a little synopsis of the things I learned the last four weeks:
-Students in Sweden don't wear shoes in school
-Students with severe cognitive disabilities attend a separate school from what would be their neighborhood school
-Swedish students begin learning English in first grade, and chose a third language to learn starting in sixth grade
-Swedish is not exactly easy to pick up on
-It is ...
... teacher had asked us to explain what a disability is. Because of this, we are both struggling to figure out how to connect it to our students at home. I have some ideas that might be able to work, but I'm going to wait until later on in the month.
This week I also tried to do my laundry for the first time and that was just ridiculous. I went to the first building that I was told I could do my laundry in and went to the basement where ...
We finally made it to Umeå! Our flight from Stockholm got in around noon, and we went straight to Sara's hostel since Erica had the key to my dorm was already at the hostel with Kaitlin. After that we got into Sara's room and met up with the other girls we all went out to lunch at this little salad and pizza buffet. After that, I hauled all of my bags back on to the bus and over to campus and finally got into my dorm. I'm in ...
Arrived in Lapland, Sweden safe and sound, but it was a pretty stressful journey.
The flight from Amsterdam to Stockholm had a connecting flight in Norway, and then from Stockholm I had to take an overnight train to the north. The problem was that I only had 30 minutes to change planes in Norway and the first flight was delayed so there was lots of panic to catch that flight, but luckily the second flight ended up being delayed too. The ...