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22TRA254 Webinar 3 - Growth Mindset in the Primary classroom - The Key To Unlocking All Interventions Especially Those Aimed At Struggling Readers
In this webinar, Caitríona will discuss the empowering nature of teaching our students the difference between a Growth and a Fixed Mindset. This intervention, while beneficial for all, is especially important for those who are struggling. If implemented successfully, it can create a learning environment that allows for and accepts abilities of all levels. It can create a safe space that allows students to discover their strengths and explore their weaknesses.

Join me for a fun webinar, which will walk you through everything you need to know in order to introduce this powerful concept to your students.

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Oct 20, 2022 07:00 PM in Dublin

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Caitríona Soraghan
BA, H. Dip, M.Ed. SpLD (Dyslexia)
Caitríona Soraghan is a primary school teacher, who has fourteen years teaching experience in a Gaelscoil at all class levels, including seven years in the area of Additional Educational Needs. Caitríona has completed a Masters in SpLD/Dyslexia qualifying as a Dyslexia Specialist and is a member of DySI (Dyslexia Specialists Ireland). She is passionate about changing the path for those with literacy difficulties by empowering them, their parents and their teachers.