Establishing and Implementing Inclusive and Positive Interactions to Engage and Support all Learners
Presented by: Anna Bennett
Event Information: 6 PD Hours
Teachers in effective and inclusive schools know their students and understand their learning needs. They are able to adopt current pedagogical knowledge and thinking and apply it in different ways, so that each child is engaged in meaning learning experiences. They reflect on their adaptations and continually seek to improve their ability to design and deliver curriculum and learning activities that are relevant to the child’s real life experiences and needs.
This workshop will explore the following questions;
• What are the key elements of an inclusive environment?
• How can teachers encourage positive interactions?
• What is the link between an inclusive environment and effective learning?
|Monday March 20th, 2017|
|9.30am - 3.30pm (Reg. from 8.30am)|
31 Albert St, Preston
|For Primary and Secondary Teachers (All Levels)|
About the Presenter
Anna Bennett has been an education consultant working in schools and organisations for the last ten years. Her passions and expertise include gifted education, professional learning cultures, beginner teachers and formative assessment. Previous to this she was College Head of Professional Development at a multi campus independent school and instigated the development of the gifted program in the middle school. Over the last 20 years Anna has held a variety of teaching and leadership positions at both the Primary and Secondary level .