Rahoo are delighted to have partnered with a number of topic experts to curate thiS CPD event for teachers.
Please note that all webinars will take place on Wednesdays from 7.30 to 8.30pm and will have Q & A opportunities.
The webinars will be recorded and available for you to re-watch up to two weeks post-event.
A downloadable Certificate will be accessible after the event.
There is limited Availability.
Enhancing Teaching & Learning in the Classroom with Claire Daly on March 3rd
“Enhancing Teaching & Learning with ICT in the Classroom” is 1 hour in duration including Q&A opportunities. This webinar will be presented by a prominent member of the Rahoo team, Claire Daly.
Claire is a primary school teacher whose passion for ICT led her to complete a Masters degree in Trinity College titled ‘Technology and Learning’. In 2017, she was awarded the inaugural ‘Bianca Ní Ghrógain’ award from the Computers in Education Society of Ireland (CESI) which recognised her innovation in classroom practices.
Rahoo Chat with Nadine Lyons & Principal Niamh Cullen on March 10th
This webinar will be hosted by a Nadine Lyons, Rahoo’s Teacher Ambassador. She will be interviewing Niamh Cullen, Principal of Harcourt Terrace Educate Together National School.
Niamh has also worked with newly qualified teachers for many years. She trained as a mentor with the National Induction Programme for Teachers in 2007 and has mentored teachers in all school settings and classes. Niamh is an Associate with NIPT and facilitates induction workshops, Cluster Meetings and PST Training. Between 2015 and 2017, Niamh was seconded to the Teaching Council. Here, she was directly involved in the development of the current Droichead Policy.
Revolutionising Behaviour in Schools with Jen Foster on March 24th
This webinar will be hosted by a Jen Foster, educator, trainer, resource creator & specialist with the Department for Education in the UK.
Jen has taught ages 4-11 in the UK and internationally. She has senior leadership experience and currently specialises in pastoral support. She works with DfE as a specialist and runs her own educational platform where she provides mentorship, webinars, online courses and resources. Her articles on behaviour and emotional support have been published in the TES magazine. Jen is on a mission to revolutionise behaviour in schools and is developing an approach to do just that!
As you can see it is a fantastic line-up and we are so looking forward to soaking up their knowledge!
We hope to “see” you there!