Artists in Schools Project: Visual Arts and Language
What is the Artists in Schools Project? Many years ago, I worked on a programme to encourage schools to invite artists into the classroom. They would to either do workshops with children, make work on site, or have a longer stint as artist in residence. I believe children learn a lot from simply being around […]
Reflections from The Image Conference New York College, Athens 2018
I spoke to a few conference attendees on the final day of The Image Conference Athens, Greece While we were tired, we were happy. Friendships strengthened and new friendships and professional alliances made. The Image Conference for me, is particularly a place where I can find “my tribe”- People like me. The atmosphere is generous, […]
Using Storytelling in English Language Teaching to Young Learners: The Hands Up Project
Using Storytelling in English Language Teaching to Young Learners: The Hands Up Project FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+ Nick Bilbrough has been involved in the field of language teaching for twenty-five years training teachers in Africa, the Middle East, South America and Europe and is a regular presenter at conferences worldwide. I recently caught up with him at the […]
Why Everyone Should Teach Teens and Feel Lucky to Do So
Ask any teacher to react to the idea of teaching teens and there will be either a shiver of horror or the exclamation of “bring it on!”. We’re going to find out why teaching teens is a not only a deeply important privilege but how it will also improve your own brain health. We’ll look at the hormonal and neurological changes that take place, and the needs of adolescents, that if met, will make for fantastic relationships and effective learning.