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How do working memory difficulties show up in the classroom and the SET room? We will examine what things students may find difficult, the role of working memory in learning and in daily life and we will look at strategies to intervene in order to help students make progress.

Presenter Biography- Annette Ormond, Grad Dip. SEN, M.Ed ASN.

I am a primary teacher working in schools for the past eighteen years. I am a passionate lifelong learner and am currently completing a Masters in Educational Leadership through Waterford Institute of Technology and studying towards a degree in psychology with the Open University. I have completed many different courses in the area of educating students with Additional Needs and I have significant and varied experience in the area also in SET, Special class teaching and work external to schools. I believe wholeheartedly in the difference we can make in the lives of people with many additional needs through our understanding and our knowledge. I worked with the Dyslexia Association of Ireland for eight years, as a tutor on the SNA course with UCD and as a lecturer with Hibernia College on the Inclusion and Diversity module with the PME students.  I was awarded the IATSE Testimonial and Award for excellence in Support Teaching in 2017 when studying in University College Dublin and the Louise Madigan Bursary Award for research in education in 2021. I worked as a member of the ILSA Executive Committee.

Course Details

Course Date 29-04-2024 7:00 pm
Course End Date 29-04-2024 8:00 pm
Cut off date 29-04-2024 7:00 pm
Capacity 30
Individual Price FREE
Speaker Annette Ormond, Grad Dip. SEN, M.Ed ASN.
Select Hours 1
Location ONLINE (via ZOOM)

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