Online Course / Webinar

Edtech Demonstrator Programme and SW Offer | Accessible Technology

The ‘EdTech Demonstrator Programme’ is delighted to offer this FREE short eLearning course. The aim is to provide a differentiated CPD partnership,  providing support and training to our schools and colleges across the region, during the Spring Term 2021. 

We have created a simple process for schools to participate in the partnered (and fully funded) EdTech Demonstrator Programme: 

  1. Schools and colleges, teachers and leaders, sign up for courses via CPD Portal to gain access to offer of support - only one sign up per school or college
  2. Supported settings complete Programme Initiator Document (PID)
  3. Supported settings gain access to short eLearning courses with remote education materials from Edtech Demonstrator Programme in advance of webinar
  4. Webinar tailored to the topic provides surgery style support to supported settings
  5. Further free support through Edtech Demonstrator Programme offered until Easter 2021 (up to 6 weeks).

 

Event Date 01-02-2021 4:00 pm
EdTech: Maximising student engagement through cross-curricular writing in a virtual classroom

Ed-Tech Demonstraror Programme: During this 45 minute webinar we talk about maximising student engagement through cross-curricular writing in a virtual classroom. 

Event Date 02-02-2021 4:15 pm
Edtech Demonstrator Programme and SW Offer | Inclusive Visions and Digital Strategies Roadmap

The ‘EdTech Demonstrator Programme’ is delighted to offer this FREE short eLearning course. The aim is to provide a differentiated CPD partnership,  providing support and training to our schools and colleges across the region, during the Spring Term 2021. 

We have created a simple process for schools to participate in the partnered (and fully funded) EdTech Demonstrator Programme: 

  1. Schools and colleges, teachers and leaders, sign up for courses via CPD Portal to gain access to offer of support - only one sign up per school or college.
  2. Supported settings complete Programme Initiator Document (PID)
  3. Supported settings gain access to short eLearning courses with remote education materials from Edtech Demonstrator Programme in advance of webinar
  4. Webinar tailored to the topic provides surgery style support to supported settings
  5. Further free support through Edtech Demonstrator Programme offered until Easter 2021 (up to 6 weeks).

 

Event Date 03-02-2021 1:30 pm
Edtech Demonstrator Programme and SW Offer | Device Procurement

The ‘EdTech Demonstrator Programme’ is delighted to offer this FREE short eLearning course. The aim is to provide a differentiated CPD partnership,  providing support and training to our schools and colleges across the region, during the Spring Term 2021. 

We have created a simple process for schools to participate in the partnered (and fully funded) EdTech Demonstrator Programme: 

  1. Schools and colleges, teachers and leaders, sign up for courses via CPD Portal to gain access to offer of support - only one sign up per school or college.
  2. Supported settings complete Programme Initiator Document (PID)
  3. Supported settings gain access to short eLearning courses with remote education materials from Edtech Demonstrator Programme in advance of webinar
  4. Webinar tailored to the topic provides surgery style support to supported settings
  5. Further free support through Edtech Demonstrator Programme offered until Easter 2021 (up to 6 weeks).

 

Event Date 03-02-2021 1:30 pm
An introduction to Dyslexia

 

This course is intended for those new to working with children with dyslexia

 

 

This presentation begins with an exploration of the term dyslexia.

Several definitions will be examined as well as a consideration of a variety of strengths as well as weaknesses associated with the condition.

There will also be an examination of a wide range of early indicators of dyslexia, pertinent to the classroom, including the signs of dyslexia associated with motor development, reading writing, mathematics and memory.

 

 

Following this, the training will focus on how teaching staff can most effectively meet the needs of pupils with dyslexia, exploring the “dyslexia-friendly” classroom, communication and importance of supporting the pupil’s memory.

 

This course scored 9.2 out of 10 last year

 

 

“Very informative and will help me in the classroom.” 
“Great classroom strategies for ALL children.”

Event Date 03-02-2021 4:00 pm
Event End Date 03-02-2021 5:30 pm
Individual Price £30.00
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Event Date 03-02-2021 5:00 pm
Securing Good Transitions: A Resources Pack to support the Next Steps of Key Stage 4 Pupils with SEND

People with SEND have the right to choose a path toward education and employment. However, while freedom of choice is given, the right to work is earned. Earning the right to work is dependent upon the student's preparation. Simon, Stephen, ADA Quarterly, Fall 1998.

Strong transition and careers advice and guidance in schools is essential for all learners, yet in this time of national crisis it can feel impossible. Curriculum design has had to change significantly, classroom delivery has had to change immeasurably, but out of this have come some of the most innovative adaptions and flexibilities we have ever seen. Everything is possible, we just have to re-think, re-group and share best practice.

This webinar will explore why it is essential that we focus on positive transitions for our learners with SEND, both during this pandemic and after. How to use these resources to support best practice and remain high aiming and truly learner focused. And what the impact will be, both in the short and long term for this cohort across each of our schools.

Event Date 04-02-2021 4:00 pm