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Restorative Practice 101

When done well and consistently, Restorative Practice is enormously beneficial. Not only does it ensure that relationships stay strong but it gives both children and adults the skills needed to build community and overcome difficulties without conflict or judgement.  This introduction to Restorative Practice will outline the ways in which it can be used, how it …

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How to help a pupil who is stuttering

Stuttering, or stammering can profoundly affect an individual. There are ways you can practically help. You are unauthorized to view this page.  If your school is participating in this service, you may not be using a user ID that has been approved by your school principal.

Attention

What is Attention, and how can we help kids ‘tune in’? You are unauthorized to view this page.  If your school is participating in this service, you may not be using a user ID that has been approved by your school principal.

Communicating PAIN

Being able to successfully communicate the source of, and even cause of, pain is vitally important in a young child or a person with communication issues. You are unauthorized to view this page.  If your school is participating in this service, you may not be using a user ID that has been approved by your …

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Behaviour – An overview

Short overview about behaviour. This topic comes up a lot in requests from parents, teachers and carers alike. But… what is behaviour? You are unauthorized to view this page.  If your school is participating in this service, you may not be using a user ID that has been approved by your school principal.

Preschool Age Stuttering – Patty Walton

This course covers both Assessment of Preschool Stuttering and Parent Counselling and  Treating Preschool Age Stuttering. This is the PRESCHOOL MODULE from Patty’s training in Dublin, June 2019. This is a specialised course for Speech and Language Pathologists. It is available to view in it’s entirety, and will give the general viewer an excellent overview of the …

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Communication Passports

Speech and Language Therapist Marijke Morris outlines what Communication Passports are, how to create them, and why you always need them for children and adolescents with communication difficulties. If there is ever a ‘Silver Bullet’ item, when done well, that can help teachers, SNAs and family members to work together to ensure a pupil is …

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ASD Course Series

If you are supporting someone with ASD in any school setting, this comprehensive course pack contains all our ASD courses and will help set you up to support your pupil.While the majority of other courses in the Education Nation system allow you to pick and choose as you wish, a course series is a structured …

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Practical Techniques to help a child’s communication

Children with communication difficulties need extra practice. Typical kids need hundreds of repetitions of a word to learn a word (except for swear words) and kids with communication difficulties often need more than that. When you create communication opportunities, you make sure that your child practices their communication skills. And as we all know, practice …

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Emotional Regulation

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Supporting Children with Speech Sound Disorders in the Classroom

During this course, you will learn: What is a speech disorder Types of speech disorders Impacts of having a speech disorder Symptoms of speech disorders What an SLT may prescribe to help a pupil with a speech disorder What a pupil with a speech disorder needs from their SNA and teacher. You are unauthorized to …

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Voice Care for Teachers

Did you know? Teachers are 32 times more likely to report voice difficulties than the average person. 11% of teachers reported a current voice disorder, with 58% experiencing a voice problem during their career. (Nelson 2005) Teachers are 4% of the working population, but compose 20% of patients seen in voice clinics. During this talk, …

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Six Steps to Success with GraceApp

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Mindfulness for Educators 101

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