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22LC 10 024 -Navigating the 21st Century Classroom through Collaboration, Reflection and the Student Voice

22LC 10 024 -Navigating the 21st Century Classroom through Collaboration, Reflection and the Student Voice

 Venue: Zoom 

 Time: 6.30pm – 7.30pm

 Date: 18th October 2022


This Webinar is suitable for Post Primary teachers of 1st, 2nd and 3rd year students and will:

-Examine the importance of collaboration and enable teachers to seek out collaborative opportunities

-Support teachers in defining their role with the remit of Team teaching -Explore strategies of collaborative approaches to teaching

-Offer a range of initiatives in developing collegial relationships

-Help teachers to create a positive culture of reflection 

-Enable teachers to embolden the student voice in their classroom


Bio: "My name is Aaron Haughey. I have several years’ experience as Junior Cycle Coordinator in St Benildus College. Throughout my time in this role, and as a classroom teacher, I have garnered a wealth of experience. I have seen first-hand the importance of collaboration, the necessity of reflection and the fundamental benefits of the amplification of the student voice. I hope this webinar will bring these vitally important pillars of the Junior Cycle into a more practical and on the ground approach to aid you in your classroom"

Course Details

Course Date 18-10-2022 6:30 pm
Course End Date 18-10-2022 7:30 pm
Cut off date 18-10-2022 12:00 am
Registration fee / cost Free
Speaker Aaron Haughey
Number Hours 1
Location Online
Categories Post Primary

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