Past Events List

September 2014

2 September
B.E.C.
TERM 1 Group A Primary Tuesday Teacher Professionalism and Well Being 02nd September 2014 - Cross Sectoral: Planning 30th September 2014 Primary: Classroom Management 14th October 2014 Primary: Supporting Parents in Education 4th November 2014 Primary: Assessment 25th November 2014 Primary: Multi-Grade 9th December 2014 Primary
2 September
B.E.C.
Teacher Professionalism and Well-Being (Cross-Sectoral) NIPTWS01 This workshop is designed to provide NQTs with an opportunity to explore and reflect on some of the professional issues that may arise for NQTs as they begin their teaching career. Key aspects include the Teaching Council Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers, working with other adults in a professional setting, caring for the voice, an outline of probationary requirements (Primary), getting started with planning and maintaining a work/life balance.
2 September
B.E.C.
Teacher Professionalism and Well-Being (Cross-Sectoral) NIPTWS01 This workshop is designed to provide NQTs with an opportunity to explore and reflect on some of the professional issues that may arise for NQTs as they begin their teaching career. Key aspects include the Teaching Council Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers, working with other adults in a professional setting, caring for the voice, an outline of probationary requirements (Primary), getting started with planning and maintaining a work/life balance.
2 September
B.E.C.
TERM 1 Group D Post Primary Tuesday Teacher Professionalism and Well Being 09th September 2014 - Cross Sectoral: SSE and Planning 07th October 2014 Post Primary: EB Behavioural Support 21st October 2014 Post Primary: Supporting Parents in Education 11th November 2014 Post Primary: Assessment 02nd December 2014 Post Primary: Transition 16th December 2014 Post Primary
2 September
B.E.C.
TERM 1 Group A Post Primary Tuesday Teacher Professionalism and Well Being 02nd September 2014 - Cross Sectoral: SSE and Planning 30th September 2014 Post Primary: EB Behavioural Support 14th October 2014 Post Primary: Supporting Parents in Education 4th November 2014 Post Primary: Assessment 25th November 2014 Post Primary: Transition 09th December 2014 Post Primary:
2 September
B.E.C.
TERM 1 Group D Primary Tuesday Teacher Professionalism and Well Being 08th September 2014 - Cross Sectoral: Planning 07th October 2014 Primary: Classroom Management 21st October 2014 Primary: Supporting Parents in Education 11th November 2014 Primary: Assessment 02nd December 2014 Primary: Multi-Grade 16th December 2014 Primary
3 September
B.E.C.
Teacher Professionalism and Well-Being (Cross-Sectoral) NIPTWS01 This workshop is designed to provide NQTs with an opportunity to explore and reflect on some of the professional issues that may arise for NQTs as they begin their teaching career. Key aspects include the Teaching Council Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers, working with other adults in a professional setting, caring for the voice, an outline of probationary requirements (Primary), getting started with planning and maintaining a work/life balance.
3 September
B.E.C.
Teacher Professionalism and Well-Being (Cross-Sectoral) NIPTWS01 This workshop is designed to provide NQTs with an opportunity to explore and reflect on some of the professional issues that may arise for NQTs as they begin their teaching career. Key aspects include the Teaching Council Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers, working with other adults in a professional setting, caring for the voice, an outline of probationary requirements (Primary), getting started with planning and maintaining a work/life balance.
4 September
B.E.C.
Teacher Professionalism and Well-Being (Cross-Sectoral) NIPTWS01 This workshop is designed to provide NQTs with an opportunity to explore and reflect on some of the professional issues that may arise for NQTs as they begin their teaching career. Key aspects include the Teaching Council Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers, working with other adults in a professional setting, caring for the voice, an outline of probationary requirements (Primary), getting started with planning and maintaining a work/life balance.
4 September
B.E.C
Teacher Professionalism and Well-Being (Cross-Sectoral) NIPTWS01 This workshop is designed to provide NQTs with an opportunity to explore and reflect on some of the professional issues that may arise for NQTs as they begin their teaching career. Key aspects include the Teaching Council Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers, working with other adults in a professional setting, caring for the voice, an outline of probationary requirements (Primary), getting started with planning and maintaining a work/life balance.
4 September
8 September
Blackrock Education Centre
8 September
9 September
B.E.C.
Teacher Professionalism and Well-Being (Cross-Sectoral) NIPTWS01 This workshop is designed to provide NQTs with an opportunity to explore and reflect on some of the professional issues that may arise for NQTs as they begin their teaching career. Key aspects include the Teaching Council Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers, working with other adults in a professional setting, caring for the voice, an outline of probationary requirements (Primary), getting started with planning and maintaining a work/life balance.
9 September
B.E.C.
Teacher Professionalism and Well-Being (Cross-Sectoral) NIPTWS01 This workshop is designed to provide NQTs with an opportunity to explore and reflect on some of the professional issues that may arise for NQTs as they begin their teaching career. Key aspects include the Teaching Council Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers, working with other adults in a professional setting, caring for the voice, an outline of probationary requirements (Primary), getting started with planning and maintaining a work/life balance.
10 September
B.E.C.
Teacher Professionalism and Well-Being (Cross-Sectoral) NIPTWS01 This workshop is designed to provide NQTs with an opportunity to explore and reflect on some of the professional issues that may arise for NQTs as they begin their teaching career. Key aspects include the Teaching Council Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers, working with other adults in a professional setting, caring for the voice, an outline of probationary requirements (Primary), getting started with planning and maintaining a work/life balance.
10 September
B.E.C.
Physics Teachers Network In association with PDST and ISTA Leaving Certificate Physics Marking Schemes 2014 As part of the series of support group meeting for teachers of physics. the next meeting will be held on Wednesday 7.30pm September 10th 2014 Mr John Murphy, an experienced marker of Leaving Certificate Physics papers will give a personal insight into the marking schemes for this years papers. Common student mistakes and misconceptions will be made evident. Teachers are advised to bring along their own papers and marking schemes which can be downloaded from www.examinations.ie
10 September
B.E.C.
Teacher Professionalism and Well-Being (Cross-Sectoral) NIPTWS01 This workshop is designed to provide NQTs with an opportunity to explore and reflect on some of the professional issues that may arise for NQTs as they begin their teaching career. Key aspects include the Teaching Council Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers, working with other adults in a professional setting, caring for the voice, an outline of probationary requirements (Primary), getting started with planning and maintaining a work/life balance.
11 September
St Andrews National School BRAY
Teacher Professionalism and Well-Being (Cross-Sectoral) NIPTWS01 This workshop is designed to provide NQTs with an opportunity to explore and reflect on some of the professional issues that may arise for NQTs as they begin their teaching career. Key aspects include the Teaching Council Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers, working with other adults in a professional setting, caring for the voice, an outline of probationary requirements (Primary), getting started with planning and maintaining a work/life balance.
11 September
St Andrew's National School BRAY
Teacher Professionalism and Well-Being (Cross-Sectoral) NIPTWS01 This workshop is designed to provide NQTs with an opportunity to explore and reflect on some of the professional issues that may arise for NQTs as they begin their teaching career. Key aspects include the Teaching Council Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers, working with other adults in a professional setting, caring for the voice, an outline of probationary requirements (Primary), getting started with planning and maintaining a work/life balance.
13 September
16 September
B.E.C.
I.G.C. Branch Meeting
16 September
B.E.C.
Teacher Professionalism and Well-Being (Cross-Sectoral) NIPTWS01 This workshop is designed to provide NQTs with an opportunity to explore and reflect on some of the professional issues that may arise for NQTs as they begin their teaching career. Key aspects include the Teaching Council Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers, working with other adults in a professional setting, caring for the voice, an outline of probationary requirements (Primary), getting started with planning and maintaining a work/life balance.
16 September
B.E.C.
Teacher Professionalism and Well-Being (Cross-Sectoral) NIPTWS01 This workshop is designed to provide NQTs with an opportunity to explore and reflect on some of the professional issues that may arise for NQTs as they begin their teaching career. Key aspects include the Teaching Council Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers, working with other adults in a professional setting, caring for the voice, an outline of probationary requirements (Primary), getting started with planning and maintaining a work/life balance.
17 September
B.E.C.
This programme would appeal to teachers who may be thinking of teaching or developing a short course on WWII or exclusively on the Holocaust. The seminar can be delivered as an inservice module, allowing time for discussion and feedback between each section of the programme. Two DVDs are shown during this workshop. Personal testimonies and resources are included.
17 September
B.E.C.
Teacher Professionalism and Well-Being (Cross-Sectoral) NIPTWS01 This workshop is designed to provide NQTs with an opportunity to explore and reflect on some of the professional issues that may arise for NQTs as they begin their teaching career. Key aspects include the Teaching Council Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers, working with other adults in a professional setting, caring for the voice, an outline of probationary requirements (Primary), getting started with planning and maintaining a work/life balance.
17 September
B.E.C.
Teacher Professionalism and Well-Being (Cross-Sectoral) NIPTWS01 This workshop is designed to provide NQTs with an opportunity to explore and reflect on some of the professional issues that may arise for NQTs as they begin their teaching career. Key aspects include the Teaching Council Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers, working with other adults in a professional setting, caring for the voice, an outline of probationary requirements (Primary), getting started with planning and maintaining a work/life balance.
18 September
B.E.C.
Teacher Professionalism and Well-Being (Cross-Sectoral) NIPTWS01 This workshop is designed to provide NQTs with an opportunity to explore and reflect on some of the professional issues that may arise for NQTs as they begin their teaching career. Key aspects include the Teaching Council Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers, working with other adults in a professional setting, caring for the voice, an outline of probationary requirements (Primary), getting started with planning and maintaining a work/life balance.
18 September
B.E.C.
Teacher Professionalism and Well-Being (Cross-Sectoral) NIPTWS01 This workshop is designed to provide NQTs with an opportunity to explore and reflect on some of the professional issues that may arise for NQTs as they begin their teaching career. Key aspects include the Teaching Council Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers, working with other adults in a professional setting, caring for the voice, an outline of probationary requirements (Primary), getting started with planning and maintaining a work/life balance.
20 September
23 September
BLACKROCK EDUCATION CENTRE
Same course at two different times. Register here for 1.00pm - 3.00pm course.
23 September
BLACKROCK EDUCATION CENTRE
Same course at two different times. Register here for the 4.00 - 6.00 pm course. This course is open to Primary and Post Primary teachers.
23 September
BLACKROCK EDUCATION CENTRE
23 September
BLACKROCK EDUCATION CENTRE
24 September
Blackrock Education Centre
This course aims to introduce participants to a variety of new technologies which are being embraced in the education sector. Over the course of the three evenings participants will explore Python - a relatively new and interactive programming language, App Inventor for the creation of basic phone apps and Google Sketch Up as an introduction to 3D modelling. The course is a taster for those interested in finding out about new trends in the application of technology-enhanced learning
25 September
B.E.C.
The Department of Education and Skills is conducting focus groups is to find out primary teachers’ thoughts around the area of ICT in education and also what key areas they feel should drive the development of a Digital Strategy for Schools. A facilitator will pose a number of questions to the group for discussion. They need and value your input and want you to share your honest and open thoughts with them. Sessions will be recorded with your consent but your contribution will remain anonymous. Sessions last approx. 1 hour and refreshments will be served beforehand.
25 September
B.E.C.
The Department of Education and Skills is conducting focus groups is to find out post-primary teachers’ thoughts around the area of ICT in education and also what key areas they feel should drive the development of a Digital Strategy for Schools. A facilitator will pose a number of questions to the group for discussion. They need and value your input and want you to share your honest and open thoughts with them. Sessions will be recorded with your consent but your contribution will remain anonymous. Sessions last approx. 1 hour and refreshments will be served beforehand.
25 September
Blackrock Education Centre
Approaches to using film in the teaching of RE, e.g. in classes on search for meaning, images of God and more. Plenty of practical examples will be used, with suggestions on sourcing relevant films and clips.
25 September
B.E.C.
The Department of Education and Skills is conducting focus groups is to find out primary parents’ thoughts around the area of ICT in education and also what key areas they feel should drive the development of a Digital Strategy for Schools. A facilitator will pose a number of questions to the group for discussion. They need and value your input and want you to share your honest and open thoughts with them. Sessions will be recorded with your consent but your contribution will remain anonymous. Sessions last approx. 1 hour and refreshments will be served beforehand
25 September
B.E.C.
The Department of Education and Skills is conducting focus groups is to find out post-primary parents’ thoughts around the area of ICT in education and also what key areas they feel should drive the development of a Digital Strategy for Schools. A facilitator will pose a number of questions to the group for discussion. They need and value your input and want you to share your honest and open thoughts with them. Sessions will be recorded with your consent but your contribution will remain anonymous. Sessions last approx. 1 hour and refreshments will be served beforehand
26 September
Blackrock Education Centre
29 September
Blackrock Education Centre
This course is for Primary and Post Primary Teachers with little or no experience of working with computers or for those who are looking to brush up on their computer skills. Course Content Creating and using a Dropbox account to share and store files, folders and photographs. Introducing Excel Spreadsheets & learning how to do simple mathematical functions quickly and easily. Using your camera effectively in the classroom. Inserting and working with photos in Word. Creating a slide show with Photo Story and much more
29 September
29 September
Blackrock Education Centre
The theme of Science Week this year is “The Power of Science is all around us”. We invite you to come and explore how you can integrate science into the daily lives of children through links with everyday observations, questions they ask and everyday stories they read. These workshops will give you a chance to engage in practical hands-on activities that correlate with the Primary Curriculum Science strands. These activities can be used with your class for both everyday science class use and for science week activities.
30 September
Blackrock Education Centre
Sept. 30th and Oct.7th and14th
30 September
Blackrock Education Centre
Sept. 30th and Nov. 11th
30 September
B.E.C.
School Self-Evaluation and Planning NIPTWS02 This workshop is designed to assist NQTs to plan in a focused, effective and efficient manner. School Self-Evaluation is discussed and the implications for the planning process are explored. Requirements regarding planning, preparation and recording of progress are presented. This workshop provides examples of planning templates that can be used to support NQTs’ work over the year. Opportunities to discuss and share strategies and ideas will be a central element of this workshop.
30 September
BLACKROCK EDUCATION CENTRE
30 September
B.E.C.
Planning and Preparation: What is required? This workshop is designed to support NQTs to plan in a focused, effective and efficient manner. Requirements regarding planning, preparation and recording of progress are discussed and clarified. This workshop uses the guidelines for long?term planning and short–term planning and provides examples of planning templates which can be used to support NQTs’ work over the year. Opportunities to discuss strategies and share ideas will be a central element of this workshop.
30 September
Blackrock Education Centre
This course will allow participants to learn the basics of how to use a tablet PC (iPads only in this instance) and explore its use in active learning methodologies, in the context of literacy and numeracy. Participants will also explore how the tablet PC can be used as a teaching and learning tool. - See more at: http://www.pdsttechnologyineducation.ie/en/Training/Courses/Using-Tablets-for-Literacy-and-Numeracy- Basic-.html#sthash.1Rfs8Qli.dpuf