Top Tips for NQT’s & SET’s:
How to hold an IEP meeting, and come out with some clear goals - and other ideas about effective communication with parents.
A 2019 NCSE research report found that newly qualified teachers felt underprepared for working collaboratively with parents.
This short webinar will walk you through some top tips for holding meetings, a handy format for an IEP meeting that also works well across most meeting settings, and ultimately, how to ensure that everyone leaves the meeting satisfied, and feeling a sense of achievement on behalf of the student in question.
‘I spent 5 years as an autism advisor on an outreach team in London, where I had to regularly either attend or host meetings for parents and often large multidisciplinary teams. Shy by nature, I had to get over myself fast, and get on with the job in hand. Having attended many successful meetings, and some disastrous ones, I have definitely picked up lots of tips along the way’. Claire
Biography - Claire Droney has been teaching children and young people on the autism spectrum across a range of educational settings for the past 17 years. She has worked as an advisor on two autism outreach teams in both Ireland and London, as well as for the Autism Education Trust (AET), and University College Cork (UCC), delivering training to parents and school staff.
Claire is co-author with Annelies Verbiest of a new jargon-free, easy-to-read information book about autism, and a host of practical strategies, titled ‘The Everyday Autism Handbook for Schools’– available from 21st October 2021. https://www.otb.ie/shop/everyday-autism-handbook-for-schools/
|Course Start Date / Time||13-10-2021 4:00 pm|
|Course End Date / Time||13-10-2021 5:15 pm|
|Cut off date||13-10-2021 3:00 pm|
|Location||Online via ZOOM|