Leading the Provision of SEN in Mainstream Primary Schools: A webinar for Primary SEN Coordinators
Clare Education Centre and Limerick Education Centre invite Newly Qualified Primary and Post-Primary Teachers to an information session on the practicalities of starting in a new teaching position. The webinar will be in the format of a panel discussion and the panelists are recently qualified teachers from both Primary and Post Primary perspectives. This will be an invaluable opportunity to assist in preparing you for your new teaching role.
This one hour webinar will cover Cognitive Behavioural Therapy; Mental Health; Exam Stress; Adolescents; Relationships; Relaxation Techniques; Anxiety.
This webinar will focus on how parents and guardians can help to support their adolescents through exam stress. It will identify practical techniques for both parents and their adolescents to minimise stress and anxiety.
Ignite your light - Your Way to Wellness Series for School Staff
Final Webinar - 28 April @ 7pm
A Support Group for Primary Teachers in Irish.
Once your register for your 1st meeting you will be included in any meetings after that take place after that.
Fun with FlipGrid. Facilitators: Stephen Eustace and Karen Burke
This webinar will be exploring our moods, changing the thought process and breathing with intention. We will be practically working together to bring ourselves into a nice state of calm and relaxation. Finishing off our hour with a short guided meditation for self-care. Easy and simple, they are my work tools.
This webinar would suit teachers from either a primary or post-primary background who are interested in learning about Edpuzzle and integrating in into their classroom practice.
4 Sessions around understanding the complex nature of human behaviour and subsequently trying to engage with the behaviour of the students that we work with.
This course will look at process of reviewing & developing the SEN Policy in the mainstream primary school.
The objective of this workshop is to support participants in the development of specific skills to enable them to effectively facilitate group meetings and learning events both face to face and online.
This course will focus on introducing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy strategies and techniques for teacher’s own self-care and stress management.
A Whole-School Approach to Staff Well-Being in Schools: This webinar will focus onwhole -school strategies to promote staff well-being, including nurturing a culture of appreciation, autonomy and positive relationships. It will also provide ideas for staff well-being committees.
By using different media to assess students work we develop many skills in our students such as communication, creativity, managing information, decision making and overall self-management. Multimodal assessment can be used as a form of differentiating work for students who may have difficulties with a given topic and can help to provide interest in a topic.
During this session we will look at different methods that can be used to assess students and give feedback on their work.
This webinar begins with looking at Attachment Theory as the foundation for the formation of all relationships in life. I will guide and lead participants in an exploration of how to notice signs of ruptures and disruptions within these relations and techniques to use that can help solidify and strengthen a secure attachment style. This results in your child feeling more capable to explore and express oneself freely.
As a Primary School Principal, your experience may tell you that today’s mix of urgency, high stakes and uncertainty in your school is likely to continue for some time. This is an event for you if you are wondering how you and your school leadership team can continue to respond to the constantly changing challenge of providing education, ensuring a safe physical and online school environment and reassuring and motivating a whole school community. It will also assist you to champion wellness and to communicate with and connect with staff in this uncertain environment.
The ‘Inspiring Ireland’ interview series will stream live interviews with influential people into your classrooms - people that our children and teens have come to know from TV and other media. Hosted by Dr. Fidelma Healy Eames, PhD, www.studyandcareers.ie these interviews aim to inspire young people through sharing real-life stories of well-known people.
Our special guest panellist on Tuesday, May 11th at 10am is Bryan Dobson (RTE News Anchor & News reader) – did you know that Bryan found learning to read difficult?
Implementing Models of Co-Teaching in Mainstream Primary Classrooms: We will be looking at the advantages and disadvantages of in-class models of provision, collaborative planning, strategies for group creation and methods to review and monitor progress.