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22TRA235 Managing & Understanding Challenging Behaviour for Primary & Post Primary Teachers & SNAs
Dates: Tuesday - 13th, 20th, 27th September & 4th October 2022 @ 7.00pm

This webinar series is suitable for all Teachers & SNAs in both Primary & Post Primary Schools. It will be run over four 1.5 hour sessions. Each participant will receive a certificate of completion. Over the 4 webinars the following areas will be examined in detail.

• Anxiety management & wellbeing for pupils with challenging behaviour
• Looking at the influence of co-morbid conditions on behaviour
• Learning to use a Functional Behaviour Assessment
• What is an environmental assessment
• Workshop activity on the different functions of behaviour
• Proactive ways to manage challenging behaviour
• ABC Charts
• Teaching alternative behaviours

Please note that no recordings will be shared with participants. Slides will be shared if the presenter is agreeable to this. Please only register for our webinars if you have an internet download speed greater than 6MB. Speed test your internet prior to registering. If you lose your internet connection during the webinar this doesn’t warrant a refund (if applicable). Do not share your join link as you will be unable to join if you do so. You can cancel your registration and get a full refund up to the start of the webinar (if applicable). Once the webinar has commenced there are strictly no refunds. The cancellation button is at the bottom of your confirmation email.
Sep 13, 2022 07:00 PM
Sep 20, 2022 07:00 PM
Sep 27, 2022 07:00 PM
Oct 4, 2022 07:00 PM
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Muireann Sadlier
Muireann Sadlier is a Primary School Teacher who has worked in inner city DEIS settings in Limerick city and special school settings. She has completed a postgraduate study in SEN at St Patrick's, Drumcondra as well as the postgraduate diploma in SEN in Mary Immaculate College, where she completed her Masters (MSEN). This study examined communication & behaviour.  Following this she was seconded to the SESS for 4 years and subsequently to the NCSE for just under four years. In these roles she wrote and delivered seminars for education settings on literacy for the special school,  numeracy for the special school, working with non verbal pupils,  adapting and differentiating the curriculum for pupils with varied learning profiles, managing challenging behaviour, yoga & mindfulness in the school setting and wellbeing in the school setting. Currently she delivers bespoke CPD to school staff via ZOOM.