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In addition to the training events offered, we are also able to offer school-specific support in the areas detailed below, as part of Teacher Professional Learning to address aspects identified in School Development Plans.

You can register your interest in these sessions and CCEA will contact you to detail the next steps.

Provision and delivery mode will be subject to level of interest and the availability of officers, and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Communication/Literacy

 Communication/Literacy

Developing Writing outside of the English Classroom

Whole school support that highlights how the Levels of Progression can be used to support progress in writing skills across the curriculum.

Intended Audience:
All teachers who need pupils to be able to write independently in their subject.

Delivery Mode:
Online webinar.

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Mathematics/Numeracy

 Mathematics/Numeracy

Using Mathematics Across the Curriculum Webinars

Online webinars to support the embedding of Using Mathematics within teaching and learning via numeracy strategies that can be used within the classroom and across departments. 

Intended Audience:
Teachers of all subjects across the curriculum and numeracy coordinators.

Delivery Mode:
Online webinar.

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Using the Levels of Progression to Support Progression

Online webinars to support the assessment of Using Mathematics and to provide guidance on how to use the Levels of Progression for making teacher judgements.

Intended Audience:
Teachers involved in the assessment of Using Mathematics and those making formative and/or summative teacher judgements in Key Stage 3.

Delivery Mode:
Online webinar.

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SEN

SEN

Social Emotional Behavioural Difficulties

This session gives an overview to school staff of the issues faced by learners.  It looks at the impact this has both physically and emotionally and discusses strategies to support learners.

Intended Audience:
Special and mainstream primary and post-primary schools.

Delivery Mode:
One hour session available to clusters of schools.

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Science Through Stories

Stories are an engaging way to spark thinking about science. CCEA have developed a set of stories and associated science activities for Key Stage 3 learners with cognitive difficulties. This session will introduce the stories and demonstrate how to promote scientific thinking in special schools.

Intended Audience:
All special schools.

Delivery Mode:
One hour session available. Due to limited capacity, very few sessions are available. Further sessions may be available next academic year.

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The New Q Skills Software

This session will give a brief overview on what the Q Skills are but will mainly focus on how the new Q Skills software can be used to record observations of learners.

Intended Audience:
All special schools and mainstream primary schools.

Delivery Mode:
One hour session.

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The Updated Quest Software

This session will give an overview on how to use the updated Quest software to record observations of learners.

Intended Audience:
All special schools.

Delivery Mode:
One hour session.

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TSPC

Thinking Skills and Personal Capabilities

Metacognition

How metacognition can support pupils’ learning and improve performance.

Intended Audience:
Teachers of all subjects across the curriculum.

Delivery Mode:
On request.

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Growth Mindset

Examination of mindsets and how they affect pupil performance. Identification of practical strategies to develop a growth mindset in practice.

Intended Audience:
Teachers of all subjects across the curriculum.

Delivery Mode:
On request.

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Rubrics

How to develop a rubric to support assessment and progression in TS&PC.

Intended Audience:
Teachers of all subjects across the curriculum.

Delivery Mode:
On request.

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Feedback

The importance of high quality feedback. Exploring the types of feedback, its purpose and how to make it work effectively to improve learning outcomes.

Intended Audience:
Teachers of all subjects across the curriculum.

Delivery Mode:
On request.

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