Register now to attend Session 4 of the NSEAD ECT programme 'Mind the Art Gap', focusing on managing behaviour
This online course is session 4 of 6 of the Mind the Art Gap NSEAD ECT Support programme.
Managing behaviour in the classroom can be one of the biggest challenges for teachers, this course will provide you with practical strategies and knowledge to develop your skills to feel confident managing a classroom.
About the Facilitator:
This course will be led by Steve Rose
Steve began his teaching journey in 1975 where he attended Madeley college to study P.E. and History. Once qualified, Steve took up a post in a large comprehensive school Teaching Physical Education and Art. Within 5 years he decided that his chosen career would be in Art & Design, so he attended Goldsmiths to obtain the necessary Qualifications.
Steve's career was spent in both comprehensive and Grammar schools in Essex and Suffolk, during these years he took on both academic and pastoral responsibilities. During the 1990s he became one of the first Advanced Skills Teachers, which meant he worked for the local authority for 1 day a week in an advisory capacity. He then joined Kent Count Council to perform this role as a full-time post. The latter part of his career has been spent in consultancy and as a lecturer at Canterbury Christ Church University.
Date: Thursday 26th March 2022
Time: 6pm – 7:30pm
This programme is free of charge and exclusive to NSEAD members. Be sure to renew your NSEAD membership as an ECT here, with 50% discount for your first year.
If you are unable to attend an event live, the recording and resources from the session will be shared with you.