Monthly Archives: March 2018

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Benefits of a “Quiet Space” in your classroom

Classrooms can quickly become noisy and overwhelming, leading to inappropriate and challenging behaviour by children.  Understanding the impact of sensory input from the environment is important in helping a teacher make the necessary changes to create a stress-free classroom for focused learning.  There are many aspects to consider when looking at creating a sensory smart [...]

By | March 23rd, 2018|Education blog|0 Comments

Marieta du Toit

Special focus areas: Organising Senses in Education workshops for the Eastern Cape area; Blogger on Sensory Integration topics Marieta is a qualified Occupational Therapist with an interest in sensory integration, neurology and human behaviour in the modern world and thereby improving [...]

By | March 22nd, 2018|Team|0 Comments

Lunchtime is holy time

We’re all guilty on this one.  We’ve all done it.  The quick desk-snacking, the in-between-meeting munching, the one-finger-on-the-email, one-hand-on-the-toasted-sandwich typing.  Lunchtime has become a myth in the modern workplace.  With deadlines looming, workloads expanding and performance appraisals around the corner, we all know the feeling … there just isn’t time to take lunch!   Today [...]

By | March 21st, 2018|Blog general, Corporate blog|0 Comments