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4 children are prone and playing in a tub of balls.
Narbethong State Special School in Queensland, Australia has been kind enough to share photographs from their program.  Their school uses an Active Learning approach, based on the work of Dr. Lilli Nielsen, and all students benefit from active engagement and participation in the school day.

This photo shows how students who are positioned in a particular way can engage in interactive play with their peers.

Click on the images below to learn about ideas to promote independent sitting, prone activities and classroom environments!
A girl sits with legs extended while her hands are on Active Learning materials.
A boy on a support bench plays with items in a tin pan.
Classroom at Narbethong State Special School
A boy plays the timpani drum with his teacher.

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Our 3rd meeting will be on January 26, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. EST (3:00 p.m. CST). The previous sessions have been recorded and are available to view on the TSBVI website. The webinar is free, but you need to register. NOTE:  You must register separately for each session.

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Introduction to Active Learning

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June 12-13, 2017
Richardson, Texas
 
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