Sensory circuits: Alerting station

2021-09-10T14:22:20+00:00Tags: , , , , , , |

Alerting station with Cosmo Source: Pixabay In this article, we concentrate on using Cosmo to complement the alerting station. This station is the first of the three stations within the sensory circuit. It helps the learner prepare for learning through exercises aiming to increase the awareness of the [...]

How to enrich sensory circuits with Cosmo?

2021-09-10T13:47:19+00:00Tags: , , , , , , |

How to enrich sensory circuits with Cosmo?   Source: Pixabay. Free for commercial use.   How we process information We are all different in the way we process information received from the environment. The way we perceive sound, smell, taste and touch can affect how we feel and [...]

Moos te Velthuis on music therapy with Cosmo

2021-09-10T09:55:04+00:00Tags: , , , |

Moos te Velthuis on his musical passion and music therapy with Cosmo. Source: Max Hoogesteger.   My name is Moos te Velthuis, I am 21 years old and I come from Goor, a small town in the east of the Netherlands. I play the bass guitar and have [...]

Tools to create an inclusive classroom

2021-09-08T12:14:59+00:00Tags: , , |

Tools to create an inclusive classroom Inclusion in the early years' education Fighting bias and nurturing inclusion is a massive challenge among children and young people. Biased behaviours become visible already during the early years of education. The good news is, they can be unlearned. In this blog post from [...]

How to approach inclusion in the classroom?

2021-09-09T11:45:39+00:00Tags: , , |

How to approach inclusion in the classroom?   What comes to mind when you think of “inclusion”? Respect? Diversity? Maybe: empathy, tolerance, or open-mindedness? All these are fair guesses. But the question remains, are inclusive behaviours naturally programmed in our brains or do we learn them? Or perhaps we lose [...]

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