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Coet '91
Coet 91

Collection éditeur : BOS - Collection
Auteurs :
Édition : BOS (Brithish Origami Society )  (1992)
Type de média : Livre en Anglais
Nb. modèles : 0 Modèle(s) référencé(s)
Reference (1) - MFPP : L.00297
Mots clés : Didactique
Caractéristiques : 461 Pages - 1820 gr. - format : 21cm. x 29.7cm.
Niveau : 1 - Tout niveau
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Table des matières
Foreword John S. Smith 0
The welcome to Birmingham Joe Harvey 1
Origami in mainstream éducation. Invited papers given in part or in full. Inconnu 3
The life of Friedrich Froebel and his main philosophical ideas Joachim Liebschner 3
How does Paper-Folding fit into Froebel's educational theory? Joachim Liebschner 16
Origami - Learning to see Lillian Petty 19
Modular Origamis for molecular models Toshikazu Kawasaki 24
Orimagi in Origami Marieke de Hoop 30
Understanding Geometry through Origami Axioms: Is it the most adequate method for blind children? Huzita Humiaki 37
Teaching Origami Michael Shall 71
One Crease Workshops: Why? Paul Jackson 80
Origami as second language tool Carol R. Bail 85
A survey into Origami Eduardo Clemente 88
Using Origami in the classroom Gay merill Gross 95
Course in Paper-folding, one of Froebel's occupations for children, at home and in the kindergarten Eleonore Heerwart 101
Paperfolding-plus Dorothy Kaplan 154
Teaching Origami as mathematics Geoff Laming 159
Paperfolding and education in history Elsje Van Der Ploeg 195
From the simple to the complex: A practical guide to Origami in school Lino Ranzato 199
Paper folding and the Pythagorean theorem John Smith 207
Origami as an educational tool Barbara Syrett 217
Paper folding in schools Florence Temko 223
Models to teach Jennie Wilcox 229
My Origami method for the physically disabled including the blind Saburo Kase 242
Origami for those with special educational needs. Invited papers given in part or in full. Inconnu 242
The folding of a base, new technical possibilities for demonstrating the folding process in work with blind people René Lucio 248
Origami and children with educational difficulties and problematic relationships Everdien Tiggelaar 252
A recreational programme for children: dwellers in high rise buildings in Rio de Janeiro Riva Bauzer 261
Origami as a diagnostic test Marcia Brown 264
Origami, a learning disability aid Marcia Brown 282
Les mathematiques, pas a plis Irène Lanoux 291
Origami and therapy, (speech therapy) Gwyneth Radcliffe 296
Paper Folding and the visually impaired student Shawn Troy Truitt 299
Invited papers given in part or in full. Inconnu 303
Origami as occupational therapy of hospitalised children Candida Muscla Zanelli 303
Teaching Origami in hospitals Sam Evison 306
Origami and hardness of hearing Loes Schakel-Sandfort 312
Origami and sanity Thoki Yenn 314
Origami and the handicapped Marijke Appels 343
Experiences of teaching Origami to severely handicapped people Angelo Polidori 347
Origami in prison Mea Hartog van Banda 352
Origami and rheumatism Rie Aberkrom 356
Origami with elderly people Anita van der Louw 359
Origami as diagnosis, recovery and socialisation in learning of reading and writing Mariuccia Paparo 363
Origami as self (auto) therapy in social rehabilitation Mari uccia Paparo 369
Origami workshop for siblings of children with disabilities or chronic illness Ellen Aronson 374
Origami as a mental therapy Paul Castles 378
Origami in a psychiatric hospital Paul Castles 380
Origami as a therapeutic tool Scott Gold 383
Teaching Origami as a form of psychotherapy Saul Hofstein 386
Origami brings relaxation and fun to the sick and healthy of all ages Tooru Kanazawa 387
A paperfolder in St. Petersburg Eric Kenneway 391
Origami experiences José Krooshoop 393
Origami and therapy Origami in 'l'herapy? Elsje Van Der Ploeg 403
Paper folding, an art in your hands Carlos Pomeron Arbues 407
Thoughts on Origami and therapy Nick Robinson 416
Appendix Inconnu 440
Bibliography of Origami in education and therapy John Smith 440

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