Rainbow Centre Training & Consultancy

Plan for Effective Learning

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For any learning to happen, teachers need to be able to plan effectively. Executing a lesson without sound planning often leads to a myriad of challenges, including the lack of clarity during classroom delivery. In contrast, solid planning results in more effective classroom management and the informed use of learning activities to meet learning needs. This is particularly true when teachers have to collaborate in co-planning and co-teaching, where human dynamics is a factor to consider in planning.

This course exposes you to key concepts that underpin planning. Through learning activities designed to be highly collaborative, you will examine a range of classroom management and learning principles, models of co-planning and co-teaching, and use these to make informed decisions in your planning for effective learning for your students.

Key Areas

  • Enhancing Instructional Contexts for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (EIC ASD)
  • Principles of classroom management
  • Principles of Activity Based Intervention
  • Benefits of co-planning and co-teaching
  • Models of co-teaching
  • Selecting an appropriate model for co-teaching

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the principles of classroom management
  • Describe the principles of Activity Based Intervention
  • Explain the benefits of co-planning and co-teaching
  • Compare and contrast the different models of co-teaching