Whether you are trying to raise money for more educational resources at your school, or you want to highlight the work of a charity that is close to your heart, hosting a fundraising event that students, teachers, and parents can get involved in is a great way to do this. Not only does it raise awareness for your charity or the need for school support, but it can also be a lot of fun for participants and spectators to be a part of. If this sounds like something that you are interested in as an educator, here are some tips on how you can organize a fundraising event at the school.
If a teacher or an educator promises that by the end of any course, “you will be able to…,” then they are implicating learning objectives. What you learn in school or from an educator is just the surface-level knowledge.
These courses with learning objectives want you to take command on your own and understand what you need. However, writing learning objectives is a difficult task many students struggle with. That’s when online resources and tools come into play.
These resources and tools make it easier for students to achieve or write about their learning objectives. So, what are these resources and tools? How can you use them?
We have to find these answers in order to thoroughly understand their implication, so let’s dive in deeper.
Towards the end of last year, Colin held a Restorative Justice training day with the help of Imogen and Kay of Suffolk’s Psychology and Therapeutic Services in Felixstowe. Hear the importance of this practice from some of the day’s attendants
If you’re looking for a job, it’s important to make sure that your communication skills are up to par. After all, you’ll be interacting with potential employers through email and in person, so your grammar must be correct. This blog post will go over some of the most important grammatical rules that job seekers should know. By following these tips, you can ensure that your communication with potential employers is error-free and professional.
Rhian is an EP working for a children looked after team in South Wales and has just been with Colin and Derek of Inclusive Solutions for 2 day training on Person Centred Planning with her team and other educators in the area.
In March 2022, we’re going to be hosting a live, in-person 2 day event. Person Centred Planning using PATH!!! We can’t wait to see you all there. Make sure to get your tickets here:
In March 2022, we’re going to be hosting a live, in-person 2 day event.
Person Centred Planning using PATH!!!
We can’t wait to see you all there. Make sure to get your tickets here:
Colin and Derek facilitate a MAP for the SEND Project in Sneinton, Nottingham – a Community team doing fantastic work with the ARTs to engage young people.
Listen to East Midlands SENCOs describing why the welcome key is so essential. #keystoinclusion Derek and Colin had just delivered SENCO Award training at NTU – the Keys to Inclusion.
Inclusivity (or inclusion) has been a hot topic in today’s society. You might come across conversations that implore people to be more “inclusive” towards others. Inclusion is also a burning topic in schools, and other places that children may frequent.
But what is inclusion? And how should you teach your child about the topic?
This guide will provide an explanation on what inclusivity is, and how you can help your child be more inclusive in their everyday life.
The use of uniforms in schools and universities is a long-standing tradition and a matter of public dispute at the same time. It has several functions as an identification, disciplinary, and cultural item that has a long history in its design and perception in various societies. In fact, the tradition of wearing uniforms is a historical fashion phenomenon, as it reflects the contemporary values of multiple society and impacts the identification of people who wear it.