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20TRA636 Understanding How Early Maths Skills Develop

 

 

 

 

What you'll learn

  • Understand the key stages of development children may go through within maths, relating to numbers
  • Understand how to identify early maths difficulties, when to intervene and what to look for
  • Understand the implications of early Intervention
  • How to support potential maths difficulties
  • How to assess for early maths difficulties
  • How to support all of your students
  • How to be a better maths teacher

You wouldn't believe how many different stages and steps that our young brains need to go through when learning number skills. Understanding how and when these different number skills develop in children is very important for understanding how to support and teach maths. This course, written by Educational Psychologists, will help every educator appreciate the importance and complexity of early number development as well the importance of spotting difficulties early. Unfortunately maths is one of those subjects where if you miss out on a small piece of development you are most likely going to fall further and further behind. This course will not only arm you with the knowledge you need to support maths development but also methods to assess it as well as risk factors associated with poor maths achievement.

Biography

At Education Elephant our team of expert psychologists and course creators are passionate about creating accessible, affordable and high quality training courses for parents, teachers and other professionals that work hard to care and support the education of children and young persons.

All of courses have been created by qualified and experienced psychologists that genuinely care about supporting you with the best information and resources, so that you can do your best to support those in your care.

 

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Course date 13-10-2020 12:00 am
Course End Date 13-10-2021 12:00 am
Cut off date 13-10-2021 12:00 am
Registered 0
Available place 500
Individual Price €49.99
Location: Online
20TRA623 Code Week Ireland 2020

 

 

 

 

 

EU Code Week Webinars Week 1

 

 

ESCI and PDST are delighted to collaborate for a series of eight webinars for Code Week Ireland 2020. The webinars are being held from 12th-22nd October. Places are limited so early booking is advisable.

 

Monday 12th October 7:30pm

The new Micro:bit 'Classroom' with Roisin Flaherty

 

Tuesday 13th October 7:30pm

Let's get more girls coding with Aoibheann Mangan, Iseult Mangan & Joanne Dolan

 

Wednesday 14th October 7:30pm

The Big Game Show Dublin Maker vs Maker Meet

 

Thursday 15th October 7:30pm

Escape from Zoom with Julie Power & Pam O’Brien

*Very limited numbers for this feature event*

 

Places are limited so early booking is advisable.

 

Registration for all webinars is available at the following link:

 

https://www.esci.ie/news/163-eu-code-week-in-ireland.html

Course date 12-10-2020 7:30 pm
Course End Date 15-10-2020 8:10 pm
Cut off date 15-10-2020 7:00 pm
Registered 0
Available place 500
Individual Price Free
Speaker Julie Power & Pam O’Brien
Number Hours 0.40
Location: Online
20TRA565 An Introduction to Dyslexia

 

 

 

This webinar provides an overview on dyslexia, discussing, among other things, what dyslexia is, the indicators of dyslexia, technical terms around dyslexia and the social and emotional effects of dyslexia. It also looks at what teachers can do to help, strengths of the dyslexic learner and provides an insight into available interventions.

Attendees can expect a mix between theory, practical tips and reflections with a view to helping inform a more dyslexia friendly approach to teaching and learning.

 Biography

DySI (Dyslexia Specialists Ireland) comprises a group of over 20 practising and experienced primary, secondary and further education teachers with a Masters in Specific Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia) from Dublin City University (DCU). We also hold an Assessment Practising Certificate (APC) for the assessment of specific learning difficulties/dyslexia from the British Dyslexia Association.

We have pooled our expertise to create this webinar, the first in a series of webinars, which we hope helps support you as parents, teachers and SNAs in working with dyslexic learners.

 

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Course date 12-10-2020 7:00 pm
Course End Date 12-10-2020 8:00 pm
Registered 0
Available place 500
Individual Price Free
Speaker Julie Ann Fleming and Katherine Dee
Number Hours 1
Location: Online
20TRA538 Epilepsy Information Evening

 

 

 

 Information Evenings on Epilepsy Awareness for Teachers and School staff.  

Epilepsy Ireland will host an Information Evening for teachers and Special needs assistants through zoomMonday Monday 12th October from 4.30pm to 6pm. Community Resource Officer, Kathryn Foley will speak about epilepsy related issues in school, including types of seizures, first aid, triggers, activities and how to manage seizures in the school environment.

This event is suitable for all staff dealing with students with epilepsy in both primary and post primary schools.

There is no fee for this webinar.

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For further information please contact Kathryn at 064-6630301 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Course date 12-10-2020 4:30 pm
Course End Date 12-10-2020 6:00 pm
Cut off date 12-10-2020 12:00 am
Registered 0
Available place 30
Individual Price Free
Speaker Kathryn Foley
Number Hours 1.5
Location: Online
20TRA510 Managing Anxiety in Children with ADHD - A Parent Guide

 

 

 

 

What you'll learn

  • What anxiety is and how to identify it in children
  • Why its so important to manage anxiety in children with ADHD c
  • Strategies to help young children recognise their feelings and how to respond to them
  • How to deal with young children's worries and feelings
  • How to better manage worry and anxiety in children with ADHD
  • How to develop worry plans

A large number of people with ADHD suffer from anxiety and even depression. Sometimes anxiety can be hard to spot in children because they don't tell you, or don't know how to tell you, that they are feeling anxious.

Anxiety in young children is very upsetting not just for the child but for their parents and family too. This course will show you how to identify anxiety and how to help children identify their feelings. The course will present a number of simple techniques that can be used at home to help reduce anxiety in children with ADHD.
 
Biography
Dr. Kieron Merriman PhD & Education Elephant team
 
At Education Elephant our team of expert psychologists and course creators are passionate about creating accessible, affordable and high quality training courses for parents, teachers and other professionals that work hard to care and support the education of children and young persons. All courses have been created by qualified and experienced psychologists that genuinely care about supporting you with the best information and resources, so that you can do your best to support those in your care.
 
 
Course date 12-10-2020 12:00 am
Course End Date 12-10-2021 12:00 am
Cut off date 12-10-2021 12:00 am
Registered 0
Available place 500
Individual Price €39.00
Speaker Dr. Kieron Merriman PhD & Education Elephant Team
Location: Online
20TRA509 ADHD: Introduction to Understanding ADHD in Children and Young People

 

 

 

What you'll learn

  • Symptoms of ADHD
  • When a Child is just being a child
  • How the ADHD brain works
  • Why the ADHD child struggles with their behaviour
  • The best type of supports available for ADHD
  • The effects of ADHD on home and school life
  • The challenges faced by parents, teachers and the child with ADHD
  • How to support a child with ADHD

 Knowledge is Power. Understanding what ADHD is and how it effects the brain and behaviour of the ADHD child is the first step to supporting them. This course, written by psychologists, presents the most current research and thinking around what ADHD is and both the positive and negative effects the diagnosis can have on the child and their family. The course, will show you how the brain of a person with ADHD functions differently to that of a typical person and show you how what much of the child with ADHD does is out of their awareness and control. The course will give an overview of the different supports that are available for the ADHD child and discuss the most effective interventions. The course is suitable for anyone working with ADHD children including parents and teachers.

Biography:

Dr. Kieron Merriman PhD & Education Elephant team.

At Education Elephant our team of expert psychologists and course creators are passionate about creating accessible, affordable and high quality training courses for parents, teachers and other professionals that work hard to care and support the education of children and young persons. All courses have been created by qualified and experienced psychologists that genuinely care about supporting you with the best information and resources, so that you can do your best to support those in your care.

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Course date 12-10-2020 12:00 am
Course End Date 12-10-2021 12:00 am
Cut off date 12-10-2021 12:00 am
Registered 0
Available place 500
Individual Price €79.00
Speaker Dr Kieron Merriman PhD & Education Elephant Team
Location: Online
20TRA602 Online Learning & Study Skills: for Senior Cycle Students

 

 

 

 

 

 PP STUDY SKILLS

 
 

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Course date 10-10-2020 11:00 am
Course End Date 10-10-2020 1:00 pm
Cut off date 10-10-2020 10:00 am
Registered 0
Available place 500
Individual Price €10.00
Speaker The Super Generation
Number Hours 2
Location: Online
20TRA600 Oral Language Development

 

 

 

 

Oral language skills form the foundation for the reading and writing skills children will develop as they progress through school. Having a strong foundation in oral language helps children become strong communicators, successful readers, building competence and confidence as well as an overall sense of well-being.

Unfortunately, many children are missing out on important oral language skills from a young age. Much research indicates that without a solid foundation in oral language skills, children will not develop competency in reading and writing.

Children learn best when they are engaged and interacting. In this webinar, I aim to give some ideas of how we, as educators, can help children build strong oral language skills.

Biography of Presenter

Julieanne Devlin is a teaching deputy principal. She is currently teaching a multigrade classroom of 2nd, 3rd and 4th classes. She qualified with a Bachelor of Education from St. Patrick’s College in 2002, a Postgraduate Diploma in Education from St. Patrick’s College in 2004 and a Master of Science from Dublin City University in 2007. She specializes in the area of oral language and vocabulary development. She has spoken internationally on the topic in addition to delivering CPD training and seminars in numerous Education Centres countrywide and talked about ‘closing the word gap’ at the IPPN Conference in Citywest January 2020. She also hosted a popular home-school blog throughout the pandemic with up to 2000 unique visitors per day. (www.julieannedevlin.com).

 

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Course date 08-10-2020 7:00 pm
Course End Date 08-10-2020 8:00 pm
Cut off date 08-10-2020 12:00 am
Registered 0
Available place 500
Individual Price Free
Speaker Julieanne Devlin
Number Hours 1
Location: Online
20TRA520 Using the Ocean to get creative with Numeracy in the classroom

 

 

 

 

This course will outline creative ways of using the ocean to engage and motivate students with numeracy in the classroom to celebrate Maths Week 2020. This will include looking at shapes and patterns with shells, using ocean pictures to explore spatial awareness,  methods for exploring measurements on the seashore and in the outdoor classroom,  and examining data to investigate the issue of marine litter for environmental awareness and case. This course will provide participants with creative ideas and teaching methodologies and provide updates on online content from www.explorers.ie 


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Course date 07-10-2020 7:00 pm
Course End Date 07-10-2020 8:00 pm
Cut off date 07-10-2020 12:00 am
Registered 0
Available place 500
Individual Price Free
Speaker Dr. Noirin Burke & Anna Quinn
Number Hours 1
Location: Online
20TRA568 PDST Webinar 2 – Focus on Physical Education

 

 

PDST Wellbeing Webinar Series in partnership with Tralee, Clare, Monaghan and Clare Education Support Centres.

This series of webinars aims to assist primary schools in supporting and enhancing pupil wellbeing, by showcasing the wide range of resources that PDST have developed for PE, SPHE and Wellbeing across the whole school community.

Webinar 2 – Focus on Physical Education

This webinar will highlight the practical resources that are available to support teaching and learning in Physical Education. A wide range of new resources have been developed to support blended learning options, including PE Homework - Active Every Day, Beyond the Classroom – Developing Fundamental Movement Skills at Home, and PE at Home – strand-based video lessons suitable for home-based learning.

Furthermore, our new 120 Non-Contact Activities for PE across the Primary School will support schools in teaching PE at all class levels while remaining cognizant of social distancing. The webinar will also promote and explore the provision of PE in-school support, and advise participants on how to apply.

 

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Course date 07-10-2020 7:00 pm
Course End Date 07-10-2020 8:00 pm
Cut off date 07-10-2020 12:00 am
Registered 0
Available place 500
Individual Price Free
Speaker Margaret Foley and Tomás Mannion
Number Hours 1 hour
Location: Online
20TRA556 The Science of Resilience: A Well-being Webinar with Shane Martin

 

 

 

 

Resilience is a key characteristic of high-performing leaders. We need to cultivate it within ourselves in order to advance and thrive. Resilient leaders help protect the energy of the people in their teams. They ‘bounce back’ from setbacks and misfortune and tap into their inner-strengths not only to cope but to rise above challenges.

Science has uncovered specific traits/factors that can be utilised at work and in our lives in general that will make us more resilient. We can all learn to become more resilient.

This Webinar will explore the science of resilience and highlight evidence-based strategies linked to positive outcomes during challenging times.

This Webinar will be delivered by Shane Martin C.Psychol.,Ps.S.I. Shane Martin is a psychologist dedicated to teaching the very best evidence-based psychology to help people protect their mental health and enhance the quality of their lives.

Biography - Shane Martin C.Psychol.,Ps.S.I.

Shane has been a keynote speaker at numerous conferences on a range of topics around wellbeing, positive mental health, recovery and happiness. A leader within the area of education, he has visited hundreds of educational institutions nationwide working with management teams, teachers/lecturers, students and parents. In February 2017 Shane addressed the Oireachtas (Irish parliament) Joint Committee on Education and Skills on the important topic of Positive Mental Health in Schools. His focus was on how schools can cultivate a culture of resilience. As a former teacher he promotes realistic evidence-based interventions that can foster better mental health within whole school communities. He has been engaged by the Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST), the Irish Primary Principals’ Network and the Centre for School Leadership. He has been a guest lecturer at a number of universities in Ireland.

 

Course date 07-10-2020 4:30 pm
Course End Date 07-10-2020 6:00 pm
Cut off date 07-10-2020 3:00 pm
Registered 9
Available place 3
Individual Price €10.00
Speaker Shane Martin
Number Hours 1.5 hours
Location: Online
20TRA493 Gaeilge Webinar 3 - An Leabhar Oibre Mar Áis – Junior Classes

 

 

 

 

 

This webinar will explore the use of your Gaeilge workbook/programme as a tool in your teaching. While recognising central role these resources in the modern classroom, it is worth exploring how they can be adapted to provide more meaningful and child centred learning opportunities. This webinar will look at one unit of work from a junior class and give you simple and practical ways to adapt the unit to make it more beneficial, more fun and more interactive for your pupils.

Biography

Aislinn Nic Pháidín is a primary school teacher, teaching in Gaelscoil Átha Í, Co. Kildare for the past six years. Aislinn is very enthusiastic about the Irish language, but has recognised the lack of resources and supports for both parents and teachers when it comes to ‘múineadh na Gaeilge’. As schools began to close earlier this year, Aislinn immediately identified the challenge of supporting Irish at home. Her love for the language, and enthusiasm to provide children with fun, attractive and purposeful learning opportunities as Gaeilge, led to the creation of Scéalta le Spraoi. She runs this social media initiative across Facebook, Instagram and Youtube in an attempt to bridge the gap and make the language more accessible and child-friendly. 

 

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Course date 06-10-2020 7:00 pm
Course End Date 06-10-2020 8:30 pm
Cut off date 06-10-2020 8:00 am
Registered 0
Available place 500
Individual Price €10.00
Speaker Aislinn Nic Pháidín
Number Hours 1.5
Location: Online
20TRA420 Creating Inclusive Classrooms with Assistive Technology

 

 

 

This workshop is offered by IT Tralee as part of the SOAR project for broadening participation in third level education.

Assistive technology can reduce or remove many of the barriers to learning faced by students with disabilities.  A difficulty often faced in schools, however, is that the use of technology in the classroom may single out and stigmatise the student using it.  Many teachers have noted students actively or passively resisting using a laptop when others are writing by hand.

However, many of the technologies now available have much wider application and are used effectively and productively by students and professionals across the board.  The need for all students to have access to a full range of technology for learning has been brought strongly to the fore by the current COVID crisis.

These sessions will be an opportunity to consider how technology can be incorporated into mainstream classes to create an inclusive environment where students can experiment with different means of representation and of expression as per Universal Design for Learning. 

After the introductory first session, teachers will try out some of these approaches in their own classrooms.  This will vary depending on the individual school’s technology infrastructure and policies, the subject matter to be covered and the teacher’s and students’ preferences.  The second session will be a sharing of experiences, problem solving and forward planning.

Session 1. Date – Monday 5th October, 7-8.30pm

Overview of technologies: text to speech, speech to text, mind mapping, collaboration

Integrating technologies into inclusive mainstream classrooms

Session 2. Date – Wednesday 21st October, 5-6.30pm

Review of experiences, difficulties arising, planning future learning.

Who should attend?

Mainstream subject teachers, SEN teachers working or planning to work in mainstream classes, SNAs.  Participants are asked to commit to attending both sessions in full.

Participation in this training can be included in your school’s Digital Learning Plan. 

 

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Course date 05-10-2020 7:00 pm
Course End Date 05-10-2020 8:30 pm
Cut off date 05-10-2020 8:00 am
Registered 30
Available place 470
Individual Price Free
Speaker Jane Brennan
Number Hours 1.5
Location: Online
20TRA552 How Sensory Processing affects Learning: Strategies for the Classroom

 

 

 

This webinar will explore why some children tend to fidget, chew on pencils, become easily distracted, fall of their chair or are uncomfortable wearing the uniform. Sensory processing difficulties can have a huge impact on learning and behaviour. Research has found that 1 in every 6 children have sensory issues that make it hard for them to learn and function in school. Therefore, the focus of the webinar is on practical tips and strategies that can be implemented at a whole class level to help alleviate the impact of sensory processing difficulties on learning within the classroom.

Biography

Jess Kennedy is a multi-award winning Senior Paediatric Occupational Therapist (OT) who is based in Cork, Ireland. Jess has worked in private practice for 7 years in both Australia and Ireland. She founded her company, My OT & Me in 2018 where she provides home-based intervention that is family-centred. Jess has created a motor skills program called Octobox which contains custom designed activities for children aged between 3-9 years old. She also has a learning platform for parents and educators called My OT University where she shares practical tips and strategies around child development. Jess has also been published in the Huffington Post & The Journal of Occupational Science and is an Alumni Speaker for the Global Undergraduate Awards.

 

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Course date 01-10-2020 7:00 pm
Course End Date 01-10-2020 8:00 pm
Cut off date 01-10-2020 12:00 am
Registered 0
Available place 500
Individual Price €10.00
Speaker Jessica Kennedy
Number Hours 1 hour
Location: Online
20TRA550 Speech, Language and Communication in the Classroom

 

 

 

In a typical class of thirty, teachers and SNAs support several children with speech and language difficulties. This one-hour introduction aims to provide you with the foundations for supporting the most common disability in Irish classrooms.

The practical knowledge you will gain from this webinar will help you to:
1. Identify speech, language and communication needs in a classroom setting.
2. Implement universal strategies to support all children.
3. Differentiate between different types of difficulties.
4. Adapt the strategies used based on the difficulties identified.

The webinar is suitable for SNAs, class teachers, learning support teachers in both primary and secondary school.

 

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Course date 01-10-2020 5:00 pm
Course End Date 01-10-2020 6:00 pm
Registered 0
Available place 500
Individual Price €10.00
Speaker Alannah O' Connor
Number Hours 1
Location: Online
20TRA573 Online Concussion Education Course - The Concussion Breakdown

 

 

 

ONLINE CONCUSSION EDUCATION COURSE - THE CONCUSSION BREAKDOWN

This course can be completed in your own time (it takes 75 minutes to complete)

The Concussion Breakdown is an online concussion education course created by Concussion Coach. It is designed for all stakeholders involved in the identification and management of a concussion including primary and post-primary school staff. The content includes - Concussion 101, Reporting Concussion, Concussion Management, Return to Learn/Work, and Return To Play, Individual Preparation Steps, followed by a post-course assessment. The course also includes continuous recap quizzes, downloadable content, and a post-course Certificate of Completion (after passing the assessment). It takes 75 minutes to complete and users can complete it in their own time and over multiple sessions.

DEADLINE DATE FOR COURSE REGISTRATIONS is Thursday, 1st October 2020 before 4pm

Register below to get a discounted price of €15 (down from €25)

Once registration deadline date has passed all registrants will be contacted with details for how to log on to the course.

Note: There is no set date on which you must start the course. However, once you commence the course, you must complete it within 30 days (the course content expires 30 days after you get started).

Concussion 101

  • Concussion identification
  • Breakdown of signs and symptoms
  • Debunking myths and misconceptions

Injury Management

  • Managing the immediate injury (step-by-step process)
  • Concussion logging

Recovery and Rehabilitation

  • Post injury medical pathway advice for parents
  • Safe return to sport and school
  • Managing the recovery period in the classroom

Creating a Culture of Concussion Safety

  • Improving concussion reporting rates among students
  • Individual teacher preparation steps and preparing collectively as a school

 

Course date 01-10-2020 4:00 pm
Cut off date 01-10-2020 4:00 pm
Registered 0
Available place 25
Individual Price €15.00
Speaker Concussion Coach
Number Hours 1.5 Hours
Location: Online
20TRA504 Google Classroom Part 2

 

 

 

In this webinar participants will learn to use more advanced features within Google Classroom. Participants will explore how to organise their classroom using subject specific folders, set assignments/tasks for a future date, comment on childrens’ assignments/tasks using Google docs, organise a Google Meet within Classroom, attach safe YouTube videos within Google Classroom and explore some of the settings within Google Classroom.

Biography

Martin Hanly graduated from St. Patrick’s College, Drumcondra in 2001. He has taught in a variety of settings from urban to rural, private to public and advantaged to disadvantaged. Martin graduated with a Masters of Education in 2010. He has facilitated PDST Technology in Education summer courses for the past 4 years. Martin is a teaching principal in a four teacher school in Co. Westmeath. The school has embedded the use of Google for Education in all classrooms from 1st to 6th class in the past three years. At present Martin is a Support Teacher in Edmonton NS, Killucan. Martin is presently facilitating webinars for numerous Education Centres on the use of Google for Education to support face-to-face teaching and remote learning. 

 

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Course date 30-09-2020 7:00 pm
Course End Date 30-09-2020 8:30 pm
Cut off date 30-09-2020 8:00 am
Registered 0
Available place 500
Individual Price €10.00
Speaker Martin Hanly
Number Hours 1
Location: Online
20TRA589 Six Seconds- The Importance of Emotional Intelligence in the Present School Climate

 

 

Navigating emotions in times of turmoil - EQ to support better relationships going back to school

Sinking or swimming? We’re in unusual times and each of us respond differently to  change and challenge; how we think and feel directly impacts what we do, every moment of everyday. Mindfulness and emotional intelligence has a critical part to play in our success and the success of our students. 

This webinar focusses on how we can use emotional intelligence to   navigate relationships and work in uncertain and changeable times. We’ll explore how being emotionally smart can increase insight, connection and purpose and lead to more meaningful outcomes. 

We’ll start with understanding, appreciating and managing ourselves and how we interpret and respond to change and challenge. We’ll then develop ways to engage students in being more emotionally intelligent and support them to apply simple strategies to get better results everyday.

If you're sinking, make sure you’re also waving; if you’re swimming make sure you’re supporting others to stay afloat. 

Biography

Katharine Roff is the Regional Director in Europe for Six Seconds, a global non profit committed to growing emotional intelligence. We think the world would be a better place if a billion people were practicing the skills of emotional intelligence (EQ). So, we research and share scientific, global, transformational tools & methods to support that goal. People are at the heart of what we do and why we exist because emotions drive people and people drive performance.

Course date 30-09-2020 7:00 pm
Course End Date 30-09-2020 8:00 pm
Cut off date 30-09-2020 12:00 am
Registered 23
Available place 102
Individual Price Free
Speaker Katharine Roff
Number Hours 1
Location: Online
20TRA598 Infant Support Group - Aistear and Thematic Planning

 

 

 

 

“We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing”.  George Bernard Shaw

Play is more important than ever in our infant classrooms since our return to school.  Led by our two experienced Aistear tutors and infant teachers, Denise Duffy and Emma Grufferty we will discuss our experiences and explore how best practice can still be maintained.  We believe it is still possible to implement successful and meaningful play sessions while keeping our little ones and ourselves safe. 

Course date 30-09-2020 7:00 pm
Course End Date 30-09-2020 8:00 pm
Cut off date 30-09-2020 4:30 pm
Registered 34
Available place 91
Individual Price Free
Speaker Emma Grufferty & Denise Duffy
Number Hours 1 hour
Location: Online
 20TRA594 Out of the Box - Getting Started with iPad in the Classroom

 

 

 

 

 

This workshop will explore how to get started with iPad. Explore the built in Apps that help bring your lessons to life like never before. Experience how iPad can open up new and engaging ways of teaching and learning in your classroom.

 

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Course date 30-09-2020 6:30 pm
Course End Date 30-09-2020 7:00 pm
Cut off date 30-09-2020 6:00 pm
Registered 0
Available place 500
Individual Price Free
Speaker Robbie O Connell, Jamie Johnston
Number Hours 1
Location: Online

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