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Getting the Group Going

Berinda Karp - Educator
Getting the Group Going

About this course

Getting the Group Going – Classroom and Group Management skills

Aims: To provide fundamental information about classroom management techniques for staff in Community Services who run groups for neurodiverse groups but have no formal teacher training.


Target audience: Teachers Aids, Psychologists, Community support staff such as SLES, and Parents.


Inclusions: Workbooks, Certificate of Participation.


Participant numbers: 6-100


Venue required:

  • Cabaret-style seating (Groups of tables with chairs around)
  • Screen, sound and equipment to run PowerPoint
  • Lapel microphone for larger venues
  • Tea/coffee and meals provided by host organisation.
  • Deposit is required at time of booking.
Getting the Group Going Outline

Part One

  • Introductions
  • Definitions
  • Disability
  • Sensory Overload


Part Two

  • Things Teachers should know about their students’ needs, strengths and abilities
  • Possible Learning challenges
  • Learning Styles
  • Support strategies
  • Lesson Plans


Part Three

  • Lesson/ Group Objectives
  • Classroom managemen


Part Four

  • Your roles and Responsibility
  • Specific training techniques
  • Conclusion and Evaluations
  • Evaluation of Today’s Workshop

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