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Literacy: Inclusive Teaching and Learning (with a focus on Assistive Tech.)

  • 09:00 AM
  • SPELD NSW: Suite 2, Level 1, 52 O'Connell Street, Parramatta.
  • 02 9739 6277 or email enquiries@speldnsw.org.au

Full-day Teacher Workshop with Internationally recognised education advisor for ICT and inclusion, Carol Allen.

Workshop:

How do we add assistive technology as an integrated support not a separate activity in our schools?

It is clear that having access to the right technology to support an educational activity or target is essential for many students, however the technology should never lead the learning. This lively day will be packed full of activities, many of which you will be able to try out – all of which you will be able to take away and add to your toolkit of potential ideas.

 

About Carol Allen:

Carol Allen is a highly sought-after School Improvement Advisor for ICT and students with learning difficulties in the UK.

She has taught since 1980 in both mainstream schools – primary and secondary, and schools for students with learning difficulties. Carol was recently recognised as one of 2018’s top ten educators using technology by the UK parliament.

As an English specialist, Carol is aware that communication lies at the heart of all effective teaching. As a result, the majority of her work has centred on the creative and engaging use of technology to support struggling students.

All work centres on easy to replicate practice which is fun, achievable and will improve educational outcomes. Carol has provided workshops and keynote presentations in Denmark, Geneva, ATIA Florida, Riyadh, BETT, Birmingham, Manchester, London and Australia.

 

Sydney Workshop Details:

WHEN: 9.00 am to 3.30 pm, Friday, 6 September 2019

WHERE: SPELD NSW

COST:  

Member $225
Non-Member $245
SPELD Tutor or Professional $195

REGISTER ONLINE

Download the PDF Flyer

 

NESA Approved.

Completing this event will contribute 5.5 hours of NESA Registered PD for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

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