Would you like to learn how to improve your students’ participation in class and opportunity to demonstrate learning in assessment tasks? Or, are there small tweaks you could make in your teaching practice to maximise the possibilities for your students to participate?
Between 5-15% of the students in your class may experience difficulties with some aspect of their learning - including those with ADHD. These are the children that the Learning Links team supports in our centres, online and though school-based programs every day – we’d like to share some of the strategies and resources we are successfully using with students with learning difficulties to improve their outcomes. At the end of this webinar you’ll have a bank of strategies to consider for your students and individual settings.
In this webinar with Dr Samantha Hornery you will learn about three keys to success for all students to learn:
- Identification of their core challenges – quick and targeted screening tools for the students you’re worried about to get them the exact help they need.
- Adjustments to maximise classroom participation
- Adjustments to enhance students’ opportunities to demonstrate their learning in assessments tasks
This webinar runs for one hour and can be used toward teacher identified or elective professional learning hours.
Who is it suitable for:
This course is suitable for primary and high school teachers (Early Stage One to Stage Four), learning support teachers and teacher’s aides, as well as other professionals supporting students' learning. This webinar runs for one hour and can be used toward teacher identified or elective professional learning hours.
A recording of the webinar and copy of the presentation will be sent to registrants via email the day after the presentation is delivered.
Please note that each booking requires a unique email address to attend.
If you have any questions about the webinar, or specific outcomes you’re hoping to achieve, please contact Samantha via email@example.com prior to the day and we’ll do our best to address them.
Dr Samantha Hornery