Education and Training Inspectorate’s autumn series of Live Webinars

Date published: 08 November 2019

The Education and Training Inspectorate announces its autumn series of Live Webinars on EA TV and invites your questions to the panels now by text on 075 5699 5300 or by email on etiwebinar@education-ni.gov.uk

Autumn Webinars

Does Sharing work? - the challenge and benefits of Shared Education

Tuesday 19 November - 3.45 pm

Joanne Jones:  Education and Training Inspectorate

Seamus Bradley:  Education Authority

Marie Lindsey:  Principal, St Mary’s College, Derry

The panel will discuss and answer your questions on what shared education means and what it takes to make it work effectively to benefit pupils, teachers and schools.

Using technology in the primary curriculum - how may ICT improve learning?

Thursday 28 November - 3.15 pm

Pamela McCrum:  ETI primary inspector

Eric McCleery:  ICT Co-ordinator, Pond Park Primary School, Lisburn

Eamon McAteer:  Curriculum Consultant, C2K, EA

The panel will discuss and answer your questions on how educational technology can be used effectively to support children in developing the skills they need for life in an evolving society.

Better Literacy - in post-primary education

Thursday 5 December - 3.45 pm

John McCusker:  ETI Principal Inspector of English

Jacqueline Brady:  Head of English at St Joseph’s Boys’ School Derry

Amanda Monaghan:  Senior Teacher in charge of learning and teaching at Sperrin Integrated College Magherafelt

The panel will discuss and answer your questions on how teachers can meet further the literacy needs of their pupils.

The webinars can be viewed on the following link at the times advertised:    https://www.eani.org.uk/services/eatv/eatv-live-stream/eatv-live-stream

For C2k users watching on YouTube you need to be a member of the ‘Internet Streaming Group’

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