Primary Teachers

 

Course Title:

 

PCTs – Certification and nailing your portfolio requirements

Code:            

(Office use only)

Workshop date/s:

Location

Venue

Time

Wednesday 7 March

Wellington

Cardinal McKeefry School

9.30am – 12.30pm

Wednesday 21 March

Palmerston North

Ross Intermediate

9.30am – 12.30pm

Facilitator/s:

Jeremy Bloomfield

 

Strap line:

 

Meet other PCTs and learn how to meet your registration requirements

Course description:

Workshop  topics will include:

•              requirements of the Code of Professional Responsibility and the Standards for the Teaching     Profession

•              roles and responsibilities

•              the induction and mentoring programme

•              developing a focused Teacher Inquiry

 

Objectives:

 

People who attend the workshop will understand:

·         the Code of Professional Responsibility and the Standards for the Teaching Profession and the implications for their own teaching practice

·         the requirements for their portfolios

·         the roles and responsibilities of PCTs and their mentor teachers

 

           

 

Course Title:

 

PCTs – Managing your class for success

Code:            

(Office use only)

Workshop date/s:

Location

Venue

Time

Thursday 8 March

Wellington

Cardinal McKeefry School

9.30am – 12.30pm

Thursday 22 March

Palmerston North

tbc

9.30-12.30pm

Facilitator/s:

Jeremy Bloomfield

 

Strap line:

 

Meet other PCTs and learn how to effectively manage the different behaviours in your class.

Course description:

PCTs will have the opportunity to share their experiences of challenging behaviours amongst their classes, learn the reasons for them and describe a range of strategies for effectively managing them.

Objectives:

(What the participants will go away with)

People who attend the workshop will understand:

·         The definition of challenging behaviour

·         The five principles of behaviour management

·         The reasons behind challenging behaviour

·         A range of practical strategies for managing challenging behaviour

·         How to negotiate agreements with their students

 

Course Title:

 

 

Teacher Aides and SENCOs: Learning Support

Workshop date/s:                             

Location:  

Wednesday 14 March

Cardinal McKeefry School

Tuesday 13 March

Wilford School

Max number of participants:  30

 

Facilitator/s:

Jeremy Bloomfield

Facilitator background:

 

Jeremy has been an adviser at Accent Learning since 2009. Previously he has taught at all year levels of primary schools.

 

 

Strap line:

 

Explore and recognise the behaviours (e.g. ASD,ADHD) of their students,  learn practical management strategies to support them and how to create an inclusive learning environment for your student(s)

Course description:

This workshop will focus on understanding how to support students with special learning needs, and sharing practical techniques to help extend participants’ ability to effectively manage them.

 

Target audience: Primary

Teacher Aides (Year 1-8) and SENCOs

Objectives:

 

People who attend the workshop will be able to:

·         Describe the behaviours of students on the Autistic Spectrum

·         Use a range of strategies for providing learning support for students with special needs

 

Charge:

$125

 

Participants to bring:

 

       

Course Title:

 

Teacher Aides and SENCOs: The role of the Teacher Aide

 

Code:             

(Office use only)

Wellington        Cardinal McKeefry School                    

Wednesday 28 February

Hutt Valley             Wilford School                 

Tuesday 27 February

Levin                     Levin School

Tuesday 20 March 1-3pm

Alternative dates: 

Max number of participants:  30

Room:

Facilitator/s:

Jeremy Bloomfield

Facilitator background:

 

Jeremy has been with Accent Learning since 2009. Previously he has taught at all year levels of primary schools including Reading Recovery.

 

 

Strap line:

 

Your role is essential to learning success in the classroom – learn how to best support the teachers and students in your classes.

Course description:

This is a practical, hands-on session that will enable Teacher Aides to further develop their understanding of their role in supporting teachers and students, use practical effective strategies to manage small groups and individuals and respond to students from a diverse range of cultural backgrounds.

Target audience: Primary

Teacher Aides (Year 1-8) and SENCOs

Objectives:

 

People who attend the workshop will be able to:

·         Understand the role of the Teacher Aide

·         Use teaching and learning strategies effectively with individuals and small groups

·         Respond in a culturally responsive manner

Charge:

Workshop:  $90 for a 2 hour session. 

 

Participants to bring:

Paper and writing materials for note taking

Start Times:  9.30am and 12.30pm

Coffee /tea on arrival:  yes

         

 

School Level: