Angels for Children and the University of Education Karlsruhe

Category Archives: Workshops

Workshop on 20 March 2018 – “Working with compass & triangle”

By including the next group of the teachers, the mathematics teachers, into the “teach-the-teacher-” program, the project has entered in its next stage. My job was to work with those mathematics teachers, Mr Noy, Ms Toukham, and Ms … Read more

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Workshop on 16 March 2018 – “Techniques of Teaching and Learning”

On 16 March 2018 we – Shirin Ud-Din and Isabell Kaemmer – invited all the English teachers as well as the “Non-English” teachers from Ban Phang Heng Secondary School and Ban Sikeud Primary School to our workshop “Techniques of Teaching … Read more

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Workshop on 25 December 2017 – The new “Didactics Room” at the LGTC

The initial “library situation” at the LGTC

When we arrived at the LGTC in September 2017, the notion of a “Didactics Room” was still unknown amongst the teaching staff. We as members of Team V were assigned with the special … Read more

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Guest author Richard Martin & Fabian Stober write: Stories are something to remember…

…so why not use them as a teaching device?

In the summer semester of 2017, Prof. Isabel Martin offered a seminar called “Children’s Literature: Reading and Telling stories”. When I signed up for this course, I did not really know … Read more

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Workshop on 11 December 2017 – “Micro-teaching with a picture book in the classroom – what, why, when, and how”

English picture books are excellent material to use in English classes for primary pupils and pre-schoolers for many reasons. Here are the main ones quoted in the academic literature: “Stories are motivating, challenging and fun and can help develop positive … Read more

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Workshop on 20 November 2017 – Creating and using teaching material

Extra teaching material and lessons – nowadays, two inseparable things when we think about teaching. To work only with the set course book is nothing we would consider anymore.

Teaching in general has become a much more deliberate, thought-through, and … Read more

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