3:30pm, 17th Aug 2017 - 4:30pm, 17th Aug 2017
Speld Qld, 141 Merton Road, Woolloongabba
$48.00 Members | $60.00 Non-Members
Teaching maths in multi-sensory ways and at the appropriate level can be a real challenge, particularly for upper primary and secondary aged students. There are a lot of resources and ideas available for younger learners, but not so many for older students. Go home with a whole new range of practical strategies and resources for your teaching toolbox. Learn about common problem areas for learners with specific learning difficulties. Suitable for teachers and parents. See you there!
Presenter: Sarah Mitchell has worked at Fairley House School in London for seven years. FHS is a school for children with dyslexia and dyspraxia as well as other specific learning differences. Sarah has lectured at various speech and language conventions, works as a private tutor and Assessor and is currently doing her Masters of Special Education. She has a broad awareness of how to best support students with specific learning difficulties and with a family history of dyslexia, she personally understands the devastating impacts unsupported learning differences can have.
1 Payment is required prior to the date of the Professional Development Workshop in order to secure attendance and is not refundable.
2 Afternoon Tea is provided.
3 This workshop contributes to the 10 Queensland College of Teachers continuing Professional Development Requirements. You will receive a certificate on the day of event.