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WEBINAR: USING EVIDENCE BASED INTERVENTIONS TO TEACH STUDENTS WITH SEN

WEBINAR: USING EVIDENCE BASED INTERVENTIONS TO TEACH STUDENTS WITH SEN

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When we have set our targets in our Student Support Plans we must now intervene and try make progress to overcome difficulties. We will look at some evidence based resources and examine when they might be useful and how we can use them most effectively in helping students with additional needs. Resources will be outlined and their usefulness evaluated for different needs.

 

Presenter Biography- Annette Ormond, Grad Dip. SEN, M.Ed ASN.

I am a primary teacher working in schools for the past seventeen years. I am a passionate lifelong learner and am currently completing a Masters in Educational Leadership in Waterford Institute of Technology and studying towards a degree in psychology. I have completed many different courses in the area of educating children with Special Educational Needs and I have significant and varied experience in the area. I believe wholeheartedly in the difference we can make in the lives of people with many additional needs through our understanding and our knowledge. I have worked with the Dyslexia Association of Ireland for the past eight years and was awarded the IATSE Testimonial and Award for excellence in Support Teaching in 2017 when studying in University College Dublin.

Course Details

Course Date 05-10-2021 7:00 pm
Course End Date 05-10-2021 8:00 pm
Registration Start Date 10-06-2021
Capacity 30
Registered 0
Cut off date 05-10-2021 4:00 pm
Individual Price €5.00
Speaker Annette Ormond
Select Hours 1
Location ONLINE (via ZOOM)

Eircode - X91 XD98

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