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BATOD North Annual Study Day 2021

Huddersfield Textile Centre of Excellence Red Doles Lane Huddersfield West Yorkshire HD2 1YF
14th October 2021
9:30am - 4:00pm

Thu, 14 October 2021 09:30 – 16:00 BST

About this event

Deaf Education: Moving On

We are very excited to announce our Keynote speaker is Jackie Salter, discussing –

Remote Emergency Teaching: Learning from our experiences

During the last 18-20 months many in the educational sector have experienced moving their teaching and partnership working onto a remote digital platform. In the initial stages there were challenges and difficulties. However as the technology rapidly improved and practitioners and students became more skilled it became clear that there was the potential to develop future practice beyond the pandemic.

This presentation will bring together recently published research reflecting on the impact of a rapid shift to teaching online from across the educational sector and experiences from within deaf education. It will draw on the experiences of different participants, teachers, students and pupils to explore some of the areas we may wish to consider developing practices in, in the future.

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09.00 Coffee, registration and exhibition

09.30 Welcome

09.45 Keynote Jackie Salter – Remote Emergency Teaching: Learning from our experiences.

10.45 A word from our sponsors

11.15 Break

11.30 Morning Workshops

We have 8 fantastic CPD workshops to choose from. Please select one morning and one afternoon workshop only.

1. Evidence Based Practice in Aural Rehabilitation by Nicole da Rocha Speech and Language Therapist and Audiologist, Customer Engagement Specialist – Rehabilitation with Advanced Bionics

2. How does mental health and emotional well-being affect children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their families? by Michelle Coup

3. Remote Emergency Teaching: Learning from our experiences – following on from the keynote speech this is an opportunity to discuss and share what has worked and what has not with Jackie Salter

4. Finding time to take stress seriously: promoting health and wellbeing for deaf pupils and their teachers by Dr Helen Willis Auditory Neuroscientist and stress management consultant with Soothing Stress Strategies

12.30 Lunch is provided

Opportunity to explore our fantastic Exhibition

Exhibitors Include: FrontRow/Oticon and Med-El plus RG Soundfield, Interacoustics and Advanced Bionics

Opportunity to Network

13.30 AGM – all members welcome

13.45 – 14.45 Afternoon workshops

5. Panathlon – Inspiring DCYP to try traditional and non-traditional sports in a competitive environment by James Dixon

6. Early Intervention: working with parents to create collaborative Pre School groups by Clare Prior

7. Child bereavement by Melody Dark

8. One Lump or Two? by Catherine Waites

14.45 Break

15.00 A word from our President Martine Monksfield

15.30 Evaluation forms to be completed

16.00 Finish

Overview of presentations