BELB Post Primary Induction Courses 2011-12 i-teach belfast

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BELB Post Primary Induction Courses 2011-12 i-teach belfast

The Northern Ireland Beginning Teacher ProgrammeBELB Beginning Teacher Support ProgrammePositive Behaviour Management and SEN and Inclusion Course forPost Primary Induction TeachersCourse TitleCourse Dateand VenueSEN and Inclusion and Positive BehaviourManagement in the Post Primary ClassroomThe aims of the course are to: develop the Beginning Teachers’ knowledge andunderstanding of the main issues relating to SpecialEducational Needs including legislation and guidanceThursday20 th October 2011Ulidia Resource Centre8.45 am (Registration) -4.30 pm (Close)outline the Beginning Teacher’s role in planning and deliveryto meet the needs of pupils with SENexamine a range of appropriate classroom strategies for usein the SEN and Inclusion contextexamine ways of building positive relationships that underpingood behaviour and create a safe learning environmentexplore skills central to the management of positivebehaviour, conflict and confrontationThe main professional competences to be addressed throughthis conference will be:Competence 2: Teachers will have developed a knowledge and understandingof contemporary debates about the nature and purposes of education and thesocial and policy contexts in which the aims of education are defined andimplementedThis course will berepeated onThursday12 th January 2012Ulidia Resource Centre8.45 am (Registration) -4.30 pm (Close)Competence 7: Teachers will have developed a knowledge and understandingof a range of strategies to promote and maintain positive behaviour ,including anacknowledgement of pupil voice, to establish an effective learning environmentCompetence 9: Teachers will have developed a knowledge and understandingof their responsibilities under the Special Educational Needs Code of Practiceand know the features of the most common special needs and appropriatestrategies to address theseCompetence 15: Teachers will plan and evaluate lessons that enable all pupils,including those with special educational needs, to meet learningobjectives/outcomes/ intentions, showing high expectations and an awareness ofpotential areas of difficulty3i-teach Belfast Post Primary Induction Courses 2011-12


The Northern Ireland Beginning Teacher ProgrammeBELB Beginning Teacher Support ProgrammeCompetence 16: Teachers will deploy, organise and guide the work of otheradults to support pupils’ learning, when appropriateCompetence 21: Teachers will employ strategies that motivate and meet theneeds of all pupils, including those with special and additional educational needsand for those not learning in their first languageCompetence 22: Teachers will secure and promote a standard of behaviourthat enables all pupils to learn, pre-empting and dealing with inappropriatebehaviour in the context of school policies and what is known about best practiceFull details of each Post Primary Induction course will be sent to BeginningTeachers 4-6 weeks in advance of the course.Further information is available from the BELB Induction/EPD team:Gillian StewartBill LatimerAssistant Advisory OfficerAdviserNursery/Primary/Post-Primary/Special Primary/Post Primary/SpecialTelephone: 02890 564304 Telephone: 02890 564042Fax: 02890 564078 Fax: 02890 564078Email: gillian.stewart@belb.co.ukEmail: william.latimer @belb.co.uk4i-teach Belfast Post Primary Induction Courses 2011-12

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