E309 Block 2 Week 7 cont. - Coggle Diagram
E309 Block 2 Week 7 cont.
Refugee camp- GREECE
slideshow and interview
Parents prized English over Maths or own language
even though not their native lang.
Taught basics- Body parts (So could explain if injured) then foods. then maths vocabulary (equals add etc)
No specialised training he's a teacher
modified and adapted curriculum as necessary. He reckons all teachers do this. In UK no teachers stick just to the curriculum.
originally outside...stay working as long as poss but got hot
then umbrellas then TENT
in the rubble
Faneromeni refugee camp
Rory Fox interview
group of 15 yr old girls had never done Maths...they want to do it some took to easily but some couldn't grasp subtraction using fingers. He reckons certain techniques need to be learnt young.
phonics training does not work if not first language. As high frequency words are not phonically normal.
they need the high frequency words!!
resources insufficient - books from back of old cupboards (UK, French, German- makes more confusing)
Police not interested in reporting abuse as kids not EU nationals- SAFEGUARDING !!!
Local kept taking little boys away nd returning with gifts
- some aid workers think do colouring in instead.
he correctly says, school brings normality to children - jigsaws and football all day no!
various mental health issues
‘Quality education’ in the primary school can have different interpretations to those who are doing the teaching and those who are doing the learning.
‘Quality education’ can mean different things to children, parents, teachers and school leaders.
The meaning of ‘quality education’ will depend on what is being taught, how it is taught, and why it is taught
as looked at in block1