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Northern region

Welcome to the Northern region's learning page. In the Northern region we have a learning network based in the North East and a fledgling network in South Yorkshire. We have ULRs and branches working throughout the region to discuss and plan learning activity with the region and make sure that the events we hold are relevant and interesting. Last term we had over 300 members get involved in learning in the region.

Learning events that we have offered have included creativity in the classroom, raising boys achievement and behaviour management.

As a member in the Northern region you can get involved through completing a learning needs survey, attending an event or getting involved to become a union learning rep. This term a number of branches are undertaking learning needs surveys and will be using these to shape the events that will be on offer.

This term we are running events on protecting your professional online identity, and stress management and well-being.

Summer Term

Smart Strategies for Inclusive Teaching

6 June 2015 - Northumberland
Smart Strategies™ for inclusive teaching is a course specifically designed to give you the tools you need to achieve this in the classroom setting. It provides an overview of SpLDs, checklists to identify and easily implemented Smart Strategies™ to make learning more accessible.

Course content:

  • Co-occurrence in the SpLD spectrum
  • Awareness of the SpLDs, ADHD/ ADD, dyslexia, dyspraxia and dyscalculia
  • Recognizing the signs of a child or young person with a SPLD
  • Smart Strategies™ for the inclusive teaching of a child or young person with a SpLD.

Suitable for: Teachers, Lecturers, Support Staff, Leadership, NQs and Trainees
Book your free place online at: www.surveymonkey.com/r/B63H7KX

Autumn Term

Smart Strategies for Inclusive Teaching

17 October 2015 - Teesside
Smart Strategies™ for inclusive teaching is a course specifically designed to give you the tools you need to achieve this in the classroom setting. It provides an overview of SpLDs, checklists to identify and easily implemented Smart Strategies™ to make learning more accessible.

Course content:

  • Co-occurrence in the SpLD spectrum
  • Awareness of the SpLDs, ADHD/ ADD, dyslexia, dyspraxia and dyscalculia
  • Recognizing the signs of a child or young person with a SPLD
  • Smart Strategies™ for the inclusive teaching of a child or young person with a SpLD.

Suitable for: Teachers, Lecturers, Support Staff, Leadership, NQs and Trainees
Book your free place online at: www.surveymonkey.com/r/BZ2KKFZ



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