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Meaningful Free Writing - Mon, 27 Sept @ 7pm
DATE: Monday, 27 September
TIME: 7pm to 8pm

Free Writing is a commonly used methodology employed by many teachers who want to give their pupils opportunities for writing practise and to develop writing skills. This webinar will be of interest to any teacher who would like ideas on how to develop a love of writing in their pupils through the free writing process. It will explore some of the following aspects to free writing:

• Free Writing defined
• Understanding the Oral Language and Writing connection
• Planning for Free Writing
• Getting started
• Teaching Approach
• Classroom Environment
• Assessment
• Q & A

Sep 27, 2021 07:00 PM in Dublin

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Speakers

Karen Riordan
Karen has been teaching for the last 16 years in a co-educational school, having both classroom and SEN experience. She has a special interest in working with children with additional needs having spent nine years as a Special Education Teacher and is currently training as a Play Therapist and Creative Psychotherapist. She has a particular passion for differentiated instruction having completed her thesis on ‘One size doesn’t fit all!’ Karen has thoroughly enjoyed facilitating Teacher Professional Development workshops on various Literacy Initiatives, namely Literacy Lift Off and Guided Reading for the past ten years with Clare Education Centre and looks forward to meeting new teachers virtually through her newly developed webinars.