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PECS in your curriculum (formerly - Teachers guide to organising and managing the classroom)

Do you ever wonder how much of the school day your students actually spend learning? This presentation provides educators with practical strategies for maximising teaching time for their learners with autism and complex communication difficulties. Our framework for designing effective learning environments - The Pyramid Approach to Education™ will be reviewed and participants will learn to apply key components including teaching functional skills, receptive & expressive communication skills, and using reinforcers effectively in their classrooms. Participants will leave with strategies that will improve educational environments. What you will learn: how to motivate students; how to promote communication; how to make the best possible use of your time in the school day; how to develop meaningful activities and lessons; how to organise the classroom setting and materials to improve educational performance; how to use Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) to access the national curriculum. Who should attend: Appropriate for all professionals working with primary and secondary students. Experience with PECS is beneficial. Tuition includes: Detailed handouts with space for note taking - Certificate of attendance - Lunch and refreshments.

Record Type: Seminars and workshops
Who to Contact
Pyramid Educational Consultants UK Ltd
Ground Floor, Lion Building
Crowhurst Road
Tel: 01273 609555
Fax: 01273 609556
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Upcoming events
13 Sep 2017
The Foresight Centre
1 Brownlow Street
L69 3GL
1 day; time: 9.00am-4.30pm
£180 professionals; £95 parents
Professionals, parents
United Kingdom
Caters For
All genders
Not Specified
Aimed At
Adult sibling, Parent/carer of a child, Parent/carer of a young person, Parent/carer of an adult, Professional
Event Keyword
Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)

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