It is free to register for this event. On attendance, attendees will be invoiced a rate of £133.00.
Workshop 1: Disability: Policy and Practice
Workshop 2: Overcoming Barriers to Learning and Participation
Aims of the course:
Explore the sociocultural perspective of disability, and discuss the current national, statutory and local regulatory context for Special Educational Needs and/or Disability (SEND), and reflect upon the implications for practice in educational settings.
Discuss the breadth and complexity of the causes of underachievement, and how children’s learning is affected by SEND, considering effective interventions to support communication, teaching and learning.
Teachers and support staff in school settings, and further education/higher education.
This course will address the essential skills and practice to:
Engage with the emotional aspects of experiences of learning.
Examine how the life experiences of children who have experienced trauma, abuse and neglect will impact on their ability to learn.
Explore how psychodynamic approaches can empower teachers in working with children who display behaviours linked to emotional issues.
Develop insight into how dysfunctional early attachment affects healthy emotional development
You will leave with:
By the end of the course you should have:
Increased knowledge, confidence and competence regarding emotional aspects of learning and teaching.
A working knowledge of psycho-socio theories relating to emotional development and emotional aspects of learning.
Dates and times of course (attendance is mandatory at each session):
Wednesday 8th March 2017, 3.30pm - 6.00pm
Thursday 23rd March 2017, 3.30pm - 6.00pm