This webinar looks to provide teachers and SNAs with ideas, skills and strategies to help develop and promote a more sensory inclusive classroom.
Sensory processing difficulties can impact children in a multitude of ways. This webinar aims to provide teachers and SNAs with a greater understanding of sensory processing and integration as well as how factors, including environments and interactions, can both support and restrict educational involvement.
This webinar will also address skills and strategies to help children self-regulate during less structured periods in the school day.
Areas to be covered include:
Sensory processing and integration
Sensory Seeking and Avoiding
Reviewing environmental factors
Brain and Movement breaks
Ideas for transitions in the classroom
Sensory calming strategies
Participants will have a greater understanding of the foundational aspects of sensory processing and sensory integration
Participants will have a greater understanding of the impact of the environment for children with sensory processing difficulties
Participants will have gained knowledge of a number of practical and achievable brain breaks and transition strategies.
Facilitator - Stephen Hodnett :
Stephen is a qualified occupational therapist and primary school teacher with over 10 years’ experience in the classroom, working in both mainstream and SEN settings. Stephen has worked with Dyspraxia/DCD Ireland and their members in recent times, including the development of the ‘Our say in our schools’ resource for schools by children with Dyspraxia/DCD.
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|Course Date||22-11-2021 6:00 pm|
|Course End Date||22-11-2021 7:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||14-06-2021 9:00 am|
|Cut off date||22-11-2021 1:00 pm|
|Number Hours||1 hour|