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22TRA397 Meeting the Diverse Literacy Needs Of Beginning EAL Learners

 

 

Date:      Wednesday 18th May 2022
Time:      4.00 pm - 5.00 pm
Venue:   Online Via Zoom 

This event is run in collaboration with West Cork, Cork , LImerick and Tralee Education Support Centres 

'Meeting the diverse literacy needs of beginning EAL learners' focusing on: 

Exploring common literacy challenges for EAL learners 

Examining both explicit and implicit literacy teaching approaches for EAL learners 

Participants receiving a pamphlet of online resources, websites, applications 

Introducing the TEAL Project, Limerick  

Note: This may be a repeat session for some participants.

Bio Of Presenter:  

Fiodhna Gardiner-Hyland is a lecturer in language and literacy education at Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, Ireland. With a PhD in Teacher Education Pedagogy for ESL Literacy Teaching, Fíodhna received the inaugural Sheikh Nahayan doctoral fellowship award in association with The International Research Foundation (TIRF), California, U.S.A. As a former chair of TESOL Arabia young learner's SIG across the Middle East, Fíodhna has worked internationally and in Ireland, with experience of teaching through Irish as a second language, co-ordinating language and literacy in international schools and lecturing and consulting with international bodies such as the World Learning Organization; Oxford University Press and British Council. Recently she contributed to writing the online interactive English Programme 'Starlight' with Folens Publishers and currently co-ordinates the TEAL Project, Limerick, a philanthropic-funded Mary Immaculate College EAL Project in collaboration with the ‘Oscailt’ schools network in Limerick city. For further details of Fíodhna’s publications see:  https://www.mic.ul.ie/staff/385-fiodhna-gardiner-hyland 

Course date 18-05-2022 4:00 pm
Course End Date 18-05-2022 5:00 pm
Cut off date 18-05-2022 4:15 pm
Capacity 500
Individual Price FREE
Speaker Fiodhna Gardinar Hyland
Number Hours 1 Hour
Location: Online
22TRA388 Introducing A Trauma Informed Approach - The Stress Factor - Getting The Balance Right (P)

 

 

Date:      Tuesday 17th May 2022
Time:      7 pm - 8.30 pm
Venue:   Online via Zoom

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Course date 17-05-2022 7:00 pm
Course End Date 17-05-2022 8:30 pm
Cut off date 17-05-2022 7:15 pm
Capacity 500
Individual Price Free
Speaker ESCI
Number Hours 1hr 30mins
Location: Online
22TRA413 'BikeWeek: Introduction to Triathlon' Webinar (3rd - 6th Class)

 

 

 

Date:       Tuesday, 17th May 2022
Time:       10.00am - 10.30am
Venue:    Online via Zoom

Kerry Recreation & Sports Partnership, together with Triathlon Ireland and the Education Centre Tralee, are delighted to bring this 'BikeWeek: Introduction to Triathlon' webinar to schools all across Kerry.

• Suitable for 3rd to 6th class students
• Includes end of webinar quiz

Delivered by: Natasha Kelly, Triathlon Ireland

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Course date 17-05-2022 10:00 am
Course End Date 17-05-2022 10:30 am
Cut off date 17-05-2022 10:15 am
Capacity 1000
Individual Price FREE
Location: Online
22TRA184 Developing Language through Puppets

 

 

 

Date:     Monday, 16th May 2022
Time:     7.00pm – 8.00pm
Venue:  Online via Zoom

Facilitator: Catherine Gilliland


May 16 Developing Language through Puppets

 

Description:

In this session participants will be introduced to how to incorporate puppets into the classroom and the various weekly adventures it can take children developing a range of both constrained e.g. alphabetic knowledge and unconstrained skills e.g. auditory memory. In this session we will explore a variety of skills that children need to be literate and through a case study with a puppet this will be exemplified.

* Please note that all participants will be emailed a Register in Advance Zoom Link 48 hours in advance of the webinar start date. If you do not register you will not receive the link to join the webinar. 

 If you do not receive an email 48 hours in advance please check your spam folder. The email will be issued by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Course date 16-05-2022 7:00 pm
Course End Date 16-05-2022 8:00 pm
Cut off date 16-05-2022 7:15 pm
Capacity 500
Individual Price FREE
Speaker Catherine Gilliland
Number Hours 1 hour
Location: Online
22TRA387 Introducing A Trauma Informed Approach - The Stress Factor - Getting The Balance Right  (PP)

 

 

Date:      Monday 16th May 2022
Time:      7 pm - 8.30 pm
Venue:   Online via Zoom

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Course date 16-05-2022 7:00 pm
Course End Date 16-05-2022 8:30 pm
Cut off date 17-05-2022 7:15 pm
Capacity 500
Individual Price Free
Speaker ESCI
Number Hours 1hr 30mins
Location: Online
22TRA412 St Brendan The Navigator - Kerry's Seafaring Patron Saint  (3rd to 6th Class)

 

 

Date:      Monday 16th May 2022
Time:      9.30 am - 10.00 am
Venue:   Online Via Zoom

Presented by: Claudia Köhler (Education Officer, Kerry County Museum and Chairperson of the St Brendan Heritage Committee, Fenit)
Duration:         30 minutes + Quiz and Q&A 
Suitable for:    3rd - 6th Class 
Strand/ Unit:   Stories/ Stories from the lives of people in the past

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St Brendan was born in Fenit, near Tralee around 500 AD. He founded a federation of monasteries in Ireland, but he is most famous for his legendary voyage across the North Atlantic in a simple wooden boat. Without the help of navigational instruments, he may have reached America 500 years before the Vikings and 1000 years before Christopher Columbus. His story seems to describe the sheep and seabirds of the Faeroe Islands, the volcanoes of Iceland, the icebergs of Greenland and the fog surrounding Newfoundland. His travel adventures were written down in monasteries all over Europe and soon became a major medieval bestseller. From growing up in Fenit to his famous travel adventures, this webinar is an introduction to the life and adventures of Kerry’s adventurous seafaring Saint whose feast day is annually commemorated on the 16th May.

Presenter: 

Claudia Köhler is the Education Officer at Kerry County Museum and Chairperson of the St Brendan Heritage Committee, Fenit.
 
Course date 16-05-2022 9:30 am
Course End Date 16-05-2022 10:00 am
Cut off date 16-05-2022 9:45 am
Capacity 1000
Individual Price Free
Speaker Claudia Koehler
Number Hours 30 Minutes
Location: Online
22TRA419 Coaching Skills for School Leaders

 

 

 

Dates:
22 Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday Evenings, 6.30pm to 9.15pm, October to May
3 Saturdays, 9.30am - 4.30pm

Programme Delivery:
The programme will be delivered through Live Virtual (Zoom) Learning Sessions

Places Available: 21

Programme Fee:
€1990 - (€975 due with Registration Form by June 8 and €975 due on January 2023)

 

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Leadership Coaching Programme Schedule 2022/23

Module 1: Leadership coaching in schools – Coaching Principles and Ethics
Module 2: Developing the School Leader Coaching Mindset and Skills
Module 3: Applying the coaching skills and professional reflective practice
Module 4: Coaching Models of Practice for the School Context
Module 5: Coaching and the ISM Team

Coaching is becoming increasingly important in organisations across many sectors. Whether you are seeking to introduce a coaching culture to your school or striving to unlock the potential of your staff, this programme will equip you with the effective coaching techniques and skills to succeed. You will enjoy a powerful and practical learning experience.

In our world of increased demands and expectations of school leadership roles we often experience pressure, leading to:
• Overwhelm
• Anxiety
• Stress
It’s amazing how quickly these responses become the norm and we just accept this as a way of life.

We are offering a practical, skills based programme to equip you with some of the key skills necessary for effective leadership in your school environment and to support and resource your CPD in a real, practical and relevant way.

The Leadership Coaching programme content and skills respond in a relevant and practical way to the guidelines prescribed in the four domains of the Quality Framework for Leadership and Management from the Department of Education and Skills (2016) publication, Looking at our School.

Learning Objectives:

On this Coaching Skills Programme you will:
• Discover new ideas in learning and behavioural change based on recent neuroscience research, indicating the value of coaching for leaders.
• Examine cases and situations where coaching would be most useful in your school
• Determine how to blend managing with coaching for the most beneficial results.
• Develop your self awareness, presence, and resourcefulness as a school leader coach
• Achieve a high level of self regulation, empathy and compassion
• Learn models of coaching most useful for developing people’s thinking as well as solving problems and facilitating change and development
• Practice using coaching in a variety of leadership situations e.g. with staff, parents and students
• Engage in constructive conversations
• Listen with intent and communicate more effectively
• Use powerful questions to influence thinking
• Make requests and acknowledge achievements and best practice
• Delegate with ease and confidence
• Design action plans
• Establish agreements and commitments
• Monitor and facilitate progress through validation, support, encouragement and sharing constructive feedback
• Manage your emotional state to respond effectively to everyday challenges and uncertainty
• Explore the concepts of ethical and professional practice as a leader coach and appreciate the importance of reflective practice
• Build confidence and appreciation of your own leadership coaching style through repeated practise and constructive feedback from our learning facilitators and fellow participants.
• Become more resilience and agile in your school leadership role

Training and Learning Methodologies:

The course is interactive, combining a balance between coaching theory and practice. Participants will be encouraged to learn by doing and to continuously reflect on new learning experiences. Continuous reflective practice will enable coaching perspectives and skills to be firmly embedded in the school environment.

The programme facilitates experiential learning, giving participants opportunities to practice new skills and discuss how to integrate the skills into the scenarios they regularly face in the school environment.

A wide and varied range of blended training / learning methodologies will be used, e.g. live online coaching demonstrations, discussion groups, peer coaching practice sessions, observed coaching sessions with constructive feedback and online learning and e-Learning.

We firmly believe that one of the most important dimensions of the coach training process is the continuous personal and professional development and transformation of the course participant. Therefore, we encourage and support participants to:

  • Become more self aware and Practice non-attachment
  • Make more conscious choices daily
  • Develop a positive mental attitude about self, others, life and work
  • Live with ambiguity and uncertainty
  • Be more centred, resilient, flexible and agile

Assessment Procedures:

a) Peer coaching practice
b) Coaching skills practice in the school environment
c) Reflective essays
d) Coaching Skills Demonstraion
e) Reflective Journal

Course date 16-05-2022 12:00 am
Course End Date 31-08-2022 12:00 am
Cut off date 31-05-2022 12:00 am
Capacity 21
Individual Price 1990.00
Location: Online
22TRA220 Bully4U –Primary Students Webinar Session 2: Bullying Behaviour (3rd - 5th Classes)

 

 

Date: 13th May 2022

Time: 10.00a.m - 10.40a.m 

Location: Online Via Zoom

Bully4U –Primary Students Webinar: Bullying behaviour

This webinar will cover the following topics:

  • Bullying Behaviour
  • Understanding
  • Communicating
  • Empowering

May 6th 13th Bully4U Primary Students Webinar Bullying Behaviour

 

Course date 13-05-2022 10:00 am
Course End Date 13-05-2022 10:40 am
Cut off date 13-05-2022 10:15 am
Capacity 500
Individual Price FREE
Speaker Jim Harding/Kevin Deering
Number Hours 40 Minutes
Location: Online
22TRA284 Inside the Infant Classroom – Phonics Instruction Webinar Series Part 3

 

 

 

 

Date:     12th May 2022
Time:     7.00pm - 8.00pm
Venue:  Online via Zoom

 

Inside the Infant Classroom - Phonics Instruction Webinar Series

Inside the Infant Classroom, Part 3, - 12th May 2022 @ 7.00pm- BOOK HERE

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Inside the Infant Classroom, Part 3

You’ve taught the letters; now what? There is a lot more to Phonics instruction than simply learning the alphabet!

In this webinar, we will look at how to move children along from letter identification to building their permanent sight word memory and becoming proficient at writing.

Presenter: Deirdre O'Toole

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Course date 12-05-2022 7:00 pm
Course End Date 12-05-2022 8:00 pm
Cut off date 12-05-2022 7:15 pm
Capacity 500
Individual Price FREE
Speaker Deirdre O'Toole
Number Hours 1 hour per session
Location: Online
22TRA327 Free Technology to Support Communication With Newly Arrived Students From Ukraine And Beyond

 

Deirdre Madden works for the Disability Support service in UCC and uses various technologies to support students who learn differently because of disabilities or learning difficulties. These technologies include speech-to-text, text-to-speech and visual teaching and learning tools. In this seminar we're going to adapt these tools for those students who learn differently because they've newly arrived in Irish schools and don't have English as their first language.

Deirdre will demonstrate the use of free tech, text to speech, she will offer tools and suggest adaptations for use and will invite participants to share any resources they are using.

Please have your phones/devices with you and charged for this session.

Many of the tools being explored are on offer through the free Technology to Make Learning Easier course/resource on free/built in tech to make reading, writing, planning and studying easier.
Please explore, use and share this resource.

Bio of Facilitator: Deirdre Madden, Assistive Technology Outreach Co-ordinator, Disability Support, Access UCC, University College Cork

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Deirdre Madden is a B.Sc. graduate of UCC and has worked in the disability and education field for over 15 years. She joined the Disability Support Service in March 2012 to take up the new role of Assistive Technology Outreach Co-ordinator. Her role is to enhance access and transition to higher level education for students with disabilities through promoting awareness and use of assistive technology in second level education. She also works on the SOAR PATH Enabling Transitions Project, a partnership with schools which aims to enable a smoother transition to higher education using assistive technologies and develop a holistic transition program for targeted students with disabilities.

Course date 12-05-2022 7:00 pm
Course End Date 12-05-2022 8:00 pm
Cut off date 12-05-2022 7:15 pm
Individual Price Free
Speaker Deirdre Madden
Location: Online
22TRA408 Punished By Rewards? The Trouble With Gold Stars (P)

 

 

 

 

Date:           Thursday, 12 May 2022 
Time:           7pm - 8.30pm 
Venue:        Online Via Zoom

An overview of the work of Alfie Kohn from his book 'Punished by Rewards' will be introduced. Participants will be guided through research on reward systems and how they impact on children's behaviour, self-esteem and intrinsic vs extrinsic motivation. 
Participants will have an opportunity to consider the limitations that reward charts bring to students from a developmental lens through the 'expectation gap'. They will hear the research on why rewards punish and how rewards do not get to the root of the issue, foster disconnection and decrease co-operation. 
Alternatives to using reward charts will be presented. Participants will learn the 3 steps to developing co-operation in the classroom without the use of reward charts.
Further practical ways to encourage collaboration, pro-social behaviour, build relationships and create a harmonious classroom will also be given.
Opportunity for questions and answers will be provided.
Finally, a list of further resources for teachers will be given. 
 

Tutor: Hayley Rice
Child and adolescent psychotherapist
Play Therapist
MA MIAHIP MIAPTP

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Hayley Rice is a child and adolescent psychotherapist specializing in play therapy. Hayley provides play therapy to children and creative psychotherapy to adolescents in her private practice  in Arklow. In 2016 Hayley created Super Kids, a group program which uses play, movement, music, art and friendships to build self-esteem in young children. 

Hayley gained a first-class honors Master of child and adolescent psychotherapy in 2018. Her topic of interest- neurodevelopmental play as a means of enhancing speech in young pre-verbal children with autism and parental experiences of this, returned great findings which Hayley incorporates into her daily work.

In 2019 Hayley studied Filial Therapy which focuses on the parent-child relationship as an agent of change. She loves to work alongside parents in their quest to help their children.

Hayley works closely with the Arklow Cancer Support and has a special interest in helping children affected by cancer along with those who have suffered a bereavement in childhood.

In 2020, following the Corona Virus outbreak, Hayley had a huge number of parents reaching out for help. She set up an Instagram page where she shares tips, supportive information and talks about topical issues such as anxiety, behaviour issues and more.

In 2021 Hayley launched her online programmes and workshops for parents and professionals. They have proven hugely successful and are invaluable to anyone who needs help immediately.

Course date 12-05-2022 7:00 pm
Course End Date 12-05-2022 8:00 pm
Cut off date 12-05-2022 7:15 pm
Capacity 1000
Individual Price Free
Speaker Hayley Rice
Number Hours 1
Location: Online
22TRA407 Approaches Ideas & Methodologies For Cults & New Religious Movements (PP)

 

 

 

 

Date:        Thursday, 12 May 2022
Time:        5.30 pm -  6.30 pm
Venue:     Online Via Zoom

The idea of the cult and new religious movement. Most people will have taught this topic in some form but I will look beyond conventional topics such as Scientology or Branch Davidians. It will look at things such as QAnon, Cargo Cults and Wicca/Modern Day Paganism and more.

SPEAKER: Gary Creaton
 
My name is Gary Creaton and I am currently teaching in St. Raphaels College in Loughrea in County Galway. I’m a young teacher but have taught religion in both and exam and non exam capacity every year since I left Mater Dei. Previously to this I have taught in St. Mary’s college in Naas and St. Wolstans CS in Celbridge. Engaging in diverse and obscure topics is something I have always done in the non exam RE classroom (scheme of work and appropriateness to the maturity of student permitting) as these classes give us the opportunity to offer a scope to students they maybe be otherwise unaware or misinformed of. I really hope you join us on these information evenings and I really hope it’s of a benefit to all of you.
Course date 12-05-2022 5:30 pm
Course End Date 12-05-2022 6:30 pm
Cut off date 12-05-2022 7:15 pm
Capacity 1000
Individual Price Free
Speaker Gary Creaton
Number Hours 1
Location: Online
22TRA339 ESCI Webinar - Using Technology To Communicate  With Newcomer Pupils & Their Families

 

 

Date:      Tuesday 11th May 2022
Time:      7.00 p.m - 8 p.m
Venue:   Online Via Zoom 

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Course date 11-05-2022 7:00 pm
Course End Date 11-05-2022 8:00 pm
Cut off date 11-05-2022 7:15 pm
Capacity 500
Individual Price Free
Speaker ESCI
Number Hours 1 Hour
Location: Online
22TRA349 Leaving Cert English – Comparative Study

 

 

 

 

Date:         Wednesday 11th May 2022
Time:         7 pm - 8 pm
Venue:      Online via Zoom

In this webinar, Aoife will cover

  • A focus on the two modes common to 2022 and 2023: General Vision and Viewpoint and Literary Genre
  • Approaching the essay
  • Worksheets for use in class
  • Slideshow with detailed notes on both modes of comparison

Presenter Bio: Aoife O' Driscoll

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Aoife teaches English in the Christian Brothers College in Cork city. Aoife has run the English website www.aoifesnotes.com for over ten years. She is the author of a number of LC and JC textbooks for educate.ie, including the the Excellence in English and Excellence in Texts series.
Course date 11-05-2022 7:00 pm
Course End Date 11-05-2022 8:00 pm
Cut off date 11-05-2022 7:15 pm
Capacity 1000
Individual Price Free
Speaker Aoife O' Driscoll
Number Hours 1
Location: Online
22TRA401 Occupational Therapy Toolkit

 

 

 

 

Date:       Wednesday 11th May 2022
Time:       7.00 p.m - 8.00 p.m
Venue:    Online Via Zoom 

This workshop will explore the core information needed to develop an OT toolkit for schools. The workshop will mix theory and practical supports to provide participants with an understanding of what they need to implement and why the need to implement it. The workshop is an introduction to Occupational Therapy as a profession and a guide to common strategies for supporting occupational therapy goals in the school setting. The workshop will allow lots of time for questions and answers also.

Presented by : Liath Sheehan, Occupational Therapist and Owner of Rise Therapy, Cork

Course date 11-05-2022 7:00 pm
Course End Date 11-05-2022 8:00 pm
Cut off date 11-05-2022 7:15 pm
Capacity 500
Individual Price Free
Speaker Liath Sheehan
Number Hours 1 Hour
Location: Online
22TRA101 Self Management & Organization Strategies for Families with Dyspraxia (P)(PP)(SNA's)

 

 

 

 

Date:          Tuesday 10th May 2022
Time:          7.00 pm - 8.00 pm
Location:   Online Via Zoom

Self-management and organisation are often areas that can challenging for people in all walks of life. This webinar aims to look at some of the sources and reasons for these challenges and how these young people can take control of these areas. This  webinar will include strategies and structures to assist with organisation, assistive technology to manage specific aspects of their day and minimise distractions as well as discussion of alternative strategies and techniques to suit your learning style.

Objectives:

  • Participants will have a greater understanding of some fundamental strategies to develop organisation

  • Participants will develop strategies and tools to help children independence in self-management

  • Participants will have gained knowledge of a number of practical and achievable strategies suitable to their child

Presenter: Stephen Hodnett

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Course date 10-05-2022 7:00 pm
Course End Date 10-05-2022 8:00 pm
Cut off date 10-05-2022 7:15 pm
Capacity 500
Individual Price Free
Speaker Stephen Hodnett
Number Hours 1 Hour
Location: Online
22TRA405 Representing Race And Diversity In The Classroom Through Story Telling

 

 

 

 

Date:  Tuesday 10th May 2022

Time: 7.00p.m - 8.30p.m

Venue: Online Via Zoom 

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Course date 10-05-2022 7:00 pm
Course End Date 10-05-2022 8:00 pm
Cut off date 10-05-2022 7:15 pm
Capacity 500
Individual Price FREE
Speaker Claire M Dunne, Dr Barbra O Toole & Phillip McCarthy
Number Hours 1 hr 30 minutes
Location: Online
22TRA247 What You Need To Know About The CAO Change Of Mind Facility And Alternative Options After The Leaving Cert

 

 

 

 

Date:       Monday 9th May 2022
Time:       7 pm - 8 pm
Venue:    Online via Zoom

A Webinar for Leaving Cert Students & Parents or Guardians

This webinar will highlight and explain the important things that students and parents or guardians need to know in order to use the CAO Change of Mind facility correctly ahead of the FINAL deadline on the 1 st of July at 5pm and to explore the many career options open to them after Leaving Cert outside of the CAO.

This is a very stressful time for Leaving Cert students and the main focus right now is on getting through the exams after a challenging two years. The FINAL deadline for CAO is July 1 st at 5pm and it is essential that students have finalised their course choices before the deadline as they cannot be amended after this date.

In this webinar I am going to walk through the steps of how the CAO Change of Mind facility works, what happens at the CAO Offer stage, what students need to do to make sure that they have the best chance to secure a college place in Autumn 2022 and the common mistakes to avoid when using the CAO Change of Mind. I will also highlight the many other options that are available outside of CAO.

This training is for Leaving Cert students and parents/guardians who ….

  • Are confused and want to learn about how the CAO system works,
  • Are worried about making a mistake when using the CAO Change of Mind facility,
  • Are worried about points, not getting the course of interest and want to make sure they have back up plans in place,
  • Want to know about the many options available outside of CAO,
  • Want support with making career decisions at a stressful time.

 

Bio of Presenter: Niamh Dwyer

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Niamh Dwyer is a Career Guidance Counsellor with 20 years experience of working at second-level, supporting students when making subject choices for senior cycle and choosing their pathway after Leaving Cert. She is an active member of the Institute of Guidance Counsellors and is currently the chairperson of the Kerry Branch of the Institute. Niamh is the founder of My Career Plan, a careers advisory service for teenagers who are making career choices, as well as graduates and adults who are want to progress in their career or change direction. She is passionate about supporting people of all ages to realise their career potential. 

She is a regular contributor to national & local media on RTE Radio 1, 2fm, Newstalk, Radio Kerry & Spin Southwest. She produces a regular blog on her website, writes regular columns for Killarney Advertiser and The Echo and shares lots of tips and updates on her social media platforms.

For further information and to contact Niamh see: 

  • https://www.mycareerplan.ie/
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  • 087-9801105
  • Follow @mycareerplan on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter
  • Connect on https://www.linkedin.com/in/niamhdwyer/
Course date 09-05-2022 7:00 pm
Course End Date 09-05-2022 8:00 pm
Cut off date 09-05-2022 6:00 pm
Capacity 1000
Individual Price Free
Speaker Niamh Dwyer
Number Hours 1
Location: Online
22TRA330 The Role of an SNA while Supporting Students from Ukraine

 

 

 

 

 

Date:     Monday, 9th May 2022
Time:    7.00pm - 8.30pm
Venue:  Online via Zoom

Target Audience: This webinar is for both Primary and Secondary SNAs as well as for any Educator who will work with the children in upcoming weeks.

Irish schools are already welcoming Ukrainian Children, who have fled war in their country. According to the current data one third of the refugees are children and many more are expected in the weeks ahead. This webinar will help you to understand the role of an SNA while supporting those children. This webinar will include:

   • Visuals for pupils/students, SNAs and school staff.
   • My Communication Passport.
   • Booklet for children about Ireland.
   • Very simple phrases in Ukrainian and Russian provided by native speakers.
   • What can we do for the children so they feel welcome?
   • Well-being techniques for children.
   • Padlet with lots of resources including colouring books and activities for children.

Bio of Presenter: Magdalena Landziak

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Magdalena works as a Special Needs Assistant in a primary school for over 6 years supporting children with additional needs. Currently she graduated from UCD finishing the National Training Programme for SNAs receiving a Certificate in Inclusive School Support. She is passionate about special education and would love to share her knowledge and experience in this area with other SNAs. She is running an Instagram page called @sna_zone where she provides helpful information for school staff and parents, advocating for autism and other disabilities. SNA ZONE shows how SNAs can help children to overcome barriers in education.

Course date 09-05-2022 7:00 pm
Course End Date 09-05-2022 8:30 pm
Cut off date 09-05-2022 7:15 pm
Capacity 1000
Individual Price FREE
Speaker Magdalena Landziak
Number Hours 1.5 hours
Location: Online
22TRA350 Holocaust Narrative

 

 

Date:      Monday 9th May 2022
Time:      7.00 p.m - 9.00 p.m 
Venue:   Online Via Zoom 

A Live Webinar that gives an over view of the developement of the Holocaust before, during and after second World War and how to teach it in the classroom. 

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Course date 09-05-2022 7:00 pm
Course End Date 09-05-2022 9:00 pm
Cut off date 09-05-2022 7:00 pm
Individual Price FREE
Speaker Holocaust Education Trust Ireland
Number Hours 2
Location: Online

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The Education Centre, Tralee

Dromtacker,

Tralee,

County Kerry,

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