On completion of this motivational course your students will:
On completion of this useful course your students will:
On completion of this enjoyable course your students will:
How your child adapts to their new secondary school matters. The evidence points to preparation being key to young adolescents coping with change.
The objective of this important seminar is to facilitate a conversation which will enable parents to support and develop resilient young people and give them tools to be ready to cope with change as they transition from primary to second-level.
On completion of this focused course your students will:
On completion of this course your students will:
On completion of this purposeful course your students will:
Getting off to a good start with your students matters. This course explores how the brain works and students’ learning strengths. It outlines practical ways that teachers can make every class a ‘learning to learn’ class, where students can practise strategies that enable them to study more effectively and ‘own’ their learning.
This course spans a wide range of learners. It highlights how to identify, recognise, understand and support the gifted learner, the underachieving gifted learner and the twice-exceptional (2e) learner, a student with a gift and a disability. Each chapter contains a ‘how to help’ section for parents and teachers (see attached flyer for further information).
This course is suitable for Teachers (upper primary and second-level), Guidance Counsellors, Study Skills Co-ordinators, Parents.
This webinar will yield immediate benefits for teachers and parents in their busy lives too!
Exams are an intense and stressful time for students, families and schools. The culture and expectations surrounding exams doesn’t make it easy either. Hence, how we empower students to prepare for exams and respond to stress is a key consideration in the weeks leading up to the exams.
Rather than relying on the age-old question of ‘what do you want to be’, challenge-based career guidance asks the question ‘what challenges in the world do you want to solve?’ and ‘what do you need to learn to do it?
An interactive seminar for teachers and parents of 6th class pupils/ In-coming First Year Students
Transitioning to second-level is a key life change – how 6th class pupils adapt to their new second-level school matters and has lasting consequences.
Through a values-based lens, this meaningful and exciting course enables teachers and parents to introduce students to what it is they would like to be and do with their lives.
This is a 4 hour course for second-level teachers.
Based on the book Switching on for Learning: A Student Guide to Exam & Career Success, the objective of this course is to upskill teachers to enable their students to become independent learners.
A useful in-career CPD course, it addresses key curricular requirements for learning to learn, wellbeing and career direction.
This focused course looks at the ways students learn and study best by helping teachers to become more aware of their own teaching and learning habits and the implications for student learning.
Engaging teachers in a range of motivation, organisational and planning approaches as well as active strategies that increase student outcomes and make them more reflective learners are a central feature of the course.
This meaningful and exciting course enables teachers to introduce students to what it is they would like to be and do with their lives.
Highly motivational, it looks at the contribution they would like to make to the world and the problems they would like to solve through the Challenge Cards exercise and thinking, leading to informed discussions based on their values, interests, skills and personality.
This course puts the teacher in the shoes of the student. Interactive activities and case studies make it particularly engaging and true-to-life.
1. Standard & format of interview – what the Teacher Education interviewing team seek.
2. Your expectations, your concerns.
3. Overview of Primary curriculum & key legislation governing primary school
3. Comhrá Gaeilge: The Irish Q. and TEG
4. Formulating your ‘philosophy of teaching and learning’, a preparation pack.
5. Effective answering techniques – Handling typical & difficult Interview Qs.
6. Communication: Learning to present Virtually; Dress and presentation at interview.
7. Q & A
Part 2: Mock Interviews
Mock interview team includes an experienced Teacher Educator and practising Primary Teacher/ Principal.