Marina Costa and Colin Newton facilitated a PATH to support the planning around a research and intervention project of teams based in Barnet, Windsor & Maidenhead and Richmond working with looked after children.
If you are a professional tutor, then its common knowledge between a circle of friends that inclusive education training or inclusive education, for that matter, is quite fruitful. Not only does it allow you to build up your confidence and strengthen your ability to teach students using diverse learning methods, but training for inclusive education or taking up inclusive education courses helps immensely throughout your tenure at a reputable institution.
However, online tutoring can be tough and can be, at times, even more perplexing than managing challenging behaviour in the classroom or managing difficult behaviour.
According to a recent study published by The Journal, the global K-12 online tutoring market is expected to reach $120.67 billion by 2021 and projected to grow at a CAGR of 12.75% from 2017-2021.
In light of this information, let us take a quick look at some of the ways through which you can increase the velocity of learning within students and boost their confidence through high levels of engagement.
While homeschooling is a simple alternative to traditional schooling, it can be intimidating to either transition from schools, to actually start your child with homeschooling (even before considering public school). In fact, some parents may feel backed into a corner with no other options, while others look forward to homeschooling.
Regardless, if you’re considering homeschooling your children, then steer clear of these 7 common mistakes made in this type of schooling, so that you can really invest in them.
The coronavirus disease has led to the temporary shutdown of learning institutions and businesses across the world. People are either working from home or waiting for health and government officials to give directions.
During this time, it’s normal to feel stressed and anxious. COVID-19 has changed our lifestyles completely. And all this happened rapidly. You need to manage your mental health as it is vital to your wellbeing. Apart from washing our hands, social distancing, and staying at home, there are a lot of things that we can do to improve our health in times of COVID-19. Here are some of the best tips that will help you cope with stress and anxiety during this period.
Children with special needs require someone to walk the extra mile to help them improve. Whether you’re a teacher or a parent, it’s your job to explore different options in helping these children learn more and acquire new skills. You need you to find the right tools, resources, and activities they could make use of. One of the things they need to work on is their writing skills.
We’ve decided to help you find the right way to help special children improve their writing. Below, you’ll find a list of useful writing skills activities for special children. They’ll make it easier for them to work on their writing and become better at it every day.
Let’s take a closer look at each of the activities.
Colin and Elliot facilitated a safely distanced PATH with a staff and pupils at Dovetree school – it was lively – plenty of energy and encouraging engagement!!
The spread of the coronavirus in 2020 has changed the way people do several things. The way people communicate, work, and learn has been affected by the pandemic.
With everyone practicing social distancing, it is no surprise that online learning is taking a frontier this year. The idea is to ensure that education is uninterrupted–as much as possible–despite the pandemic. Hence, schools are continuing to teach by introducing online learning.
While there are several benefits of online learning, there are also some side effects. Isolation for lengthy periods during a pandemic could increase stress, promote fear and anxiety. It could also create strong and overwhelming emotions. All of these could cause several mental health illnesses.
So, although you might be learning online this period, you must take care of your mental health. This article covers several ways you can take care of your mental health while you study online.
Colin Newton offered a rare solo appearance providing safely distanced training for a positive school staff at St Mark’s Catholic Primary School. Great graphics from helpful and skilled staff members not trained in graphic facilitation.
Traumatic injuries are tough for anyone to have to go through, especially when it affects a relationship with someone you care about. So, how can you avoid the fallout?
Colin and Marnie facilitated a safely distanced PATH with a large Primary school staff in Haverhill – very positive engagement and wonderful inclusive values and practice.