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Managing behaviour in the Mainstream Classroom - Small Changes Can Make Big Differences (Live webinar) - 21LCAU14

Managing behaviour in the Mainstream Classroom - Small Changes Can Make Big Differences (Live webinar) - 21LCAU14

Goal: The goal of this webinar is to present a double lens for mainstream primary teachers to view behavior management in their classes for children with a diagnosis of Dyslexia. First, a rubric for auditing the teaching-learning environment will be presented with examples of aspects teachers can change or modify. Second, a set of clusters of characteristics that pertain to children with Dyslexia are presented as a guide for teachers showing what can be expected as part of that diagnosis. Finally, a case of a child with Dyslexia is examined in detail to show how both lenses (environmental audits and understanding key features of a diagnosis) can clarify behavior for teachers and support their selection of small and practical interventions. Several examples of these are provided.

Key Resource: Small Changes can make Big Differences: Behaviour Management through the Lens of Special Educational Needs, Daly, P. (2020), Curriculum Development Unit, Mary Immaculate College.

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Born in Cork, Patricia M. Daly is a graduate of UCC, taught in Adamstown (Co.Wexford) and Macroom (Co. Cork), and completed the post-primary Remedial course at St. Patrick‚Äôs College, Drumcondra in 1978. She completed an M.A. in Emotional and Behavioural Disorders (1982), and a Ph.D. in Applied Behaviour Analysis at Ohio State University in 1986. She worked in undergraduate and graduate special education in the US at Miami University of Ohio, Central Michigan University, and Ohio Dominican University from 1986 until 2006 when she returned to Mary Immaculate College to direct the graduate diploma in SEN here. She has recently retired from her role as Head of the Department of Educational Psychology, Inclusive & Special Education. She was seconded half time for five years to the SESS as a Senior Adviser for Behaviour.  She has helped to provide CPD for teachers in the area of Autistic Spectrum Disorders countrywide including with Middletown Centre for Autism in Northern Ireland.

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Course Details

Course Date 07-10-2021 6:30 pm
Course End Date 07-10-2021 7:30 pm
Cut off date 06-10-2021 11:00 pm
Facilitator Patricia Daly
Select Hours 1
Location Live Webinar - Online

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