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Co-Teaching and In-Class Support (Primary) 26.9.23

This workshop for primary teachers explores and examines models of co-teaching (team teaching) and how they might be put into place in class. It also focuses on how co-teaching, as a central method for in-class support teaching, can benefit and develop professional relationships while also creating a platform for continuous professional development. The workshop will examine tools to structure and schedule planning and the implementation and review of in-class intervention and support programmes. The workshop explores practical ways to foster and utilise co-teaching in class to benefit both student and teacher learning. The workshop will allow for the opportunity to share and receive ideas for best practice. 

Dr. Ciara Uí Chonduibh

Ciara is a primary school teacher in a Gaeltacht School. She has experience both as a class teacher and as a special education teacher. She has worked with the NIPT as a mentor, as a facilitator and as an associate. Her Master of Education  focused on inclusive education practices to create encouraging and inclusive schools. Her  doctoral research considered co-teaching as a pedagogy of teacher education and its impact on the development of professional relationships. Her research approach was that of collaborative action research. Ciara has been speaking about co-teaching, at both national and international conferences, at Education Centres, most recently in light of the policy and circular changes to special education practices, and on developing schools’ approaches to in-class support teaching. Ciara's educational consultancy work has supported schools both here and abroad. Twitter @ciarauich 

Course Properties

Course date 26-09-2023 7:00 pm
Course End Date 26-09-2023 8:00 pm
Cut off date 26-09-2023 4:40 pm
Individual Price Free
Speaker Dr. Ciara Uí Chonduibh
Number Hours 1
Location ZOOM online

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