This two-part course is designed to assist special education teachers in supporting children with literacy and numeracy difficulties at school. After completing this course, teachers should gain an understanding of effective literacy and numeracy tools they could use to identify and cater for children’s learning needs. Teachers will also gain an insight into interpreting psychological reports as well as becoming aware of ways to structure SET support and create School Support plans.
Teachers will be enabled to:
1). Understand how to use the Continuum of Support to structure SET.
2). Become familiar with literacy and numeracy tools to identify and cater for children's learning needs.
3). Understand how to interpret data from psychological reports.
4). Create School Support Plans using SMART targets.
Facilitator: Elaine Moran
My name is Elaine Moran and I am a Trainee Educational Psychologist completing a Doctorate in Educational Psychology. My qualifications to date include a Bachelor of Education, in Education and Psychology (UL) and a Postgraduate Diploma in Special and Inclusive Education (MU). I also have three years of teaching experience as a primary school teacher in both mainstream and special education settings. In both my time as a primary school teacher and psychologist in training, I have worked with students of all ages including adult learners, adults returning to education, post-primary and primary school students.
|Course Date||03-10-2022 7:00 pm|
|Course End Date||03-10-2022 8:30 pm|