Teaching Strategies for Effective Inclusion of EAL Learners (3 part course)

Teaching Strategies for Effective Inclusion of EAL Learners (3 part course)

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Date(s) - 04/11/2024
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

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£100 for the programme (3 sessions) or £40 for the first session

Developing pedagogical understanding and confidence to apply EAL strategies and academic language teaching in mainstream classrooms

This CPD series will ensure mainstream teachers feel confident when deploying a range of effective strategies which ensure excellent outcomes for EAL learners in the mainstream. During this series of sessions you will develop your pedagogy, acquire practical skills, and increase your confidence with teaching linguistically diverse classes. You will receive support with lesson planning and adapting lessons for equitable access, improving EAL student outcomes and creating an inclusive learning environment. Spaces are limited.

This is a 3 part course on the following dates:

Monday 4th November 4pm-5:30pm
Monday 10th of March 4pm-5:30pm
Monday 9th of June 4pm- 5:30pm

Ticket prices are £100 to attend all three sessions or £40 for attend the first session only.

This course is suitable for Teachers in Primary and Secondary phases.

Facilitator Biography

Anna Leaman is passionate about ensuring teachers feel confident in their delivery of a fully inclusive and language-accessible curriculum, Anna uses her UK and international teaching, leadership and coaching experience, alongside her EAL and SEND specialist pedagogy, to support schools with embedding a whole school approach to EAL and language inclusion.

Specialising in strategic and operational leadership for EAL and academic language development, Anna works with senior and middle leaders to evaluate existing curriculum frameworks and identify smart adaptations for greater impact on a wider range of learners. Anna also provides training and curriculum design workshops for teachers to evaluate their practice, develop their inclusive teaching pedagogy and engage in supported lesson adaptations for their current teaching contexts.”

Accessing the online event

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We do not provide refunds if you are unable to access the event due to technical issues that are beyond our control.

Participation in online events

In all cases, at the beginning of the session to confirm your identity please ensure that your camera is on, your username matches the name you registered with and that you register in ‘chat’ with your first name, second name and organisation. This is for security and registration purposes and we may remove, without refunds, participants who have not confirmed their identity as described above.

Our online events aim to be interactive and at times you may be expected to have your camera and microphone on during the session, although usually your microphone should be muted.

We may use ‘Raised Hands’, ‘Reactions’, ‘Chat’, ‘Polls’, shared whiteboards and shared screens during the session. We may also use ‘Breakout Rooms’ to allow you to work in a smaller group.

This event will not be recorded for copyright and privacy reasons.

Payment

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Refunds

No refunds will be given with less than 30 days notice.

In the event of a refund request, please note that the Eventbrite booking fee of 6.95% plus 0.59p per ticket is not refundable.

To keep our event fees as low as possible, we are not able to issue invoices for payment by cheque or bank transfer and we are not able to reserve places without payment.

We strongly recommend that you take out ‘event ticket insurance’ which may cover the cost of your fee should you be unable to attend the event.

Technical Difficulties

Should an online session encounter any technical difficulties we will do our best to continue with the session, this may be on a different online platform. In the event that we are unable to do this we will rearrange the session, if you are unable to attend the new date a full refund will be given.

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