Online Classes

Online Classes

Children with Special Needs

Langmobile Online Live offers free workshops for children with special needs. These workshops are designed to support families and provide children with special needs with a safe and stimulating environment.


For the moment, these workshops are offered to the English-speaking community only.

5 - 22 y/o

Our program for children with special needs is made possible by the donations of Langmobile families. Please help us continue to offer these classes by donating here.

Interaction

Our workshops for children with special needs are designed to be stimulating and encourage reactions! We encourage children to connect with the teacher and the stimuli she offers. All spontaneous responses, whether gestural, verbal or non-verbal, are welcome! These responses allow us to measure the energy level of the group, and to stimulate the other participants.

Our objectives

During the workshops, participants and their families will :

  • Create a connection with a teacher and other kids, and their families
  • Participate in an interactive and stimulating workshop
  • Express their spontaneous reactions!
  • Contribute to the workshop with their unique input and personality
  • Be part of a community

Make sure you consult the Instructions section before the first class.

Zoom platform

Langmobile Online Live uses the platform Zoom to give online classes.

Zoom Platform 

Zoom is a simple and reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, collaboration, chat, and webinars on mobile devices, desktops, phones, and room systems.

 

Used by hundreds of companies giving online courses, it is the ideal platform to learn a new language with Langmobile!

 

 

Prepare well

In order to maximize your online learning experience with Langmobile, we recommend that you take a few moments to prepare before the first lesson.

  • Download the Zoom app sur on your computer or tablet.
  • Create a free account with Zoom.
  • Try the platform! Try making a call from Zoom to familiarize yourself with the interface.
  • Familiarize yourself with basic commands such as audio, video, participants display, screen sharing, etc.

 

Make sure you consult the Instructions section before the first class.

Before the class

  • Think about your space. Make sure that the camera captures your child's face, and that you are present in the frame if you take the course with him/her. Provide space for dancing, further away from the camera. You can make position marks to help you, one from near and one from far.

  • Think about your environment. Prepare a neutral space so that there is no distraction for your child. A minimalist approach is suggested.

  • Think about lighting. Make sure the faces are well lit and that you are not backlit (for example, having the sun on the wall behind will make it difficult to see your face).

  • Think about material. It is strongly suggested that you have paper and pencils available. Access to the mouse and keyboard can also be useful for people on a computer.

  • Prepare your arrival. Remember to create your Zoom account at least a day in advance. Join the course 5 minutes in advance so you don't miss anything and don't disturb the start of the course.

During the class

  • Think about your video. Make sure your camera is on to get the most out of interactions!

  • Think about muting. When you are not speaking, use the mute button to not disturb the lesson. Our teachers will have control over participants' audio as needed.

  • Prepare your child. In order to maximize the experience for your child, we encourage you to participate in the course alongside them. Your participation is required for ages 3 to 5, and optional for ages 6 to 12.

  • Interact during the class. Be reactive and gestural! Our teachers will ask questions and ask students to participate on a few occasions.

  • Take your time. Take the time to get used to this new learning format!

Aubreylyn Zazyczny

Aubreylyn Zazyczny is extremely passionate about fostering the social and emotional growth of neuro-diverse individuals through the Creative Arts. A recent graduate of McGill University's B.Mus/B.Ed. Music Education Program (2020), she has gained a lot of experience teaching the diverse population of English Montreal schools, including her last field experience at John Grant High School. She has also worked for a number of years as a Companion at the YMCA Day Camps as part of their Inclusion program. Throughout her years in university, Aubreylyn became very interested in both yoga and mindfulness, which she now implements in her everyday music instruction towards her teaching philosophy of social and emotional learning. Aubreylyn will continue her professional goals in the Fall as a new music teacher at Summit School, a private school in the Montreal-area for students with different needs.

5 to 12 years old

5 weeks program 
Starts May 21st 2020

English

A magical journey to mindfulness through movement and music.
30 min workshop designed for sensory stimulation and engagement.
Thursday 2:00pm-2:30pm
Facilitator:Aubreylyn Zazyczny
Reservation required
Max 20 participants per group.

 

13 to 22 years old

5 weeks program 
Starts May 21st 2020

English

A magical journey to mindfulness through movement and music.
30 min workshop designed for sensory stimulation and engagement.
Thursday 2:45pm-3:15pm
Facilitator: Aubreylyn Zazyczny
Reservation required
Max 20 participants per group.



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Our clients are very important to us!

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