Monaghan Education Centre in partnership with Youth Work Ireland Cavan/Monaghan, The Children and Young People Services Committee and Cavan/Monaghan Education and Training Board are pleased to offer your school an opportunity to attend a Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Intersex Capacity Building Training Day in Monaghan Education Centre.
The Monaghan Branch of the Irish Science Teachers’ Association will host the following event as part of the ISTA-Lennox National CPD Programme for science teachers
This presentation will be made by Dr Declan Kennedy, Department of Education UCC who will cover the new topic of rates of chemical reactions on the Junior Cycle Science syllabus.
Cluster Meeting 1 for Primary NQTs who are undertaking Droichead as a route of induction
Izak9consists of 27 brightly coloured cubes, with each face being populated with different combinations of colour, number and shape. These cubes come accompanied with a suite of online tasks. The tasks are aimed specifically at the “Maths skills development” section of the curriculum – problem solving, integration, critical thinking ,collaboration etc.
ENGLISH SUPPORT GROUP: A REFLECTION ON THE CHIEF EXAMINER’S REPORT 2017 ON JUNIOR CYCLE EXAMINATION AND REPORT ON EARLY ENACTMENT OF JUNIOR CYCLE ENGLISH. BEST CLASSROOM PRACTICE PRESENTATIONS.
English Support Group: A Reflection on the Chief Examiner’s Report 2017 on Junior Cycle Examination and Report on Early enactment of Junior Cycle English. Best classroom practice presentations.
‘Carpe Diem’ is a new programme designed by a Teacher and Counselling Psychologist, Shane Moran, CMETB. It is designed to provide a pro-active wellbeing programme for teachers who wish to try new initiatives around developing wellbeing that will both benefit their own mental health and that of students in their care. This programme has adopted
This workshop at its essence will explore what it is to be a learner. It will reconnect with the NQTs understanding of themselves as a learner as developed at ITE and emphasise the impact that the teacher has on students learning. A virtual class will be used by NQTs to help them to investigate the different learning styles students have and adapt their methodologies to meet these needs. Particular emphasis will be placed on the learning profile of students with SEN.
Cut off date 26-02-2019
This workshop builds on the Classroom Management workshop by focusing on teaching behaviour(s) essential for learning. The Behavioural, Emotional and Social Difficulties: A Continuum of Support -Guidelines for Teachers (NEPS: 2010) is a key reference for this workshop which aims to give NQTs an understanding of the Classroom Support Process and the development and use of Individual Behaviour Support Plans. Relevant case studies and resources will be examined and participants’ own concerns will also be explored.
Cut off date 26-02-2019
For teachers who currently hold or aspire to positions of leadership
Cut off date 06-03-2019 7:00 pm
This 2 hour workshop will explore the Dance strand of the PE Curriculum with a particular focus on Folk Dance. Participants will explore a variety of folk dances suitable for all age groups. Participants will also identify how to embed the development of fundamental movement skills into the Dance strand using the Move Well, Move Often resource. This practical workshop will provide participants with fun, new ideas for their dance lessons. These workshops will take place in the venues listed below, after school. Please come dressed for activity! Refreshments provided on arrival and each participant will receive a Folk Dance teaching resource and a confirmation of attendance.