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  • Student Events - I.N.T.O
    there to meet you and give you your free INTO Student Pack Student Recruitment Fairs are scheduled for the following dates University of Ulster at Coleraine 4 September 2015 Queen s University Belfast 24 September 2015 Stranmillis University College 30 September 2015 St Mary s University 7 October 2015 If you are unable to visit us when we are at your University JOIN HERE and we will send a Student Pack out to you Hurry while stocks last Student Career Days Each year the INTO attend your Student Career Days Come along and talk to our representatives who will be happy to answer any questions you may have relating to your future in teaching Stranmillis University College 2016 TBC St Mary s University College 2016 TBC Student Seminars INTO run a series of seminars and workshops aimed at our student members INTO Seminar 1 Finding Your First Teaching Post INTO Seminar 2 Teachers and the Law INTO Seminar 3 Teaching in the Republic of Ireland INTO Seminar 4 Managing challenging Behaviour INTO Seminar 5 Interview Techniques Mock Interviews INTO Seminar 6 NQTs Your First Day at School Check your college s INTO Noticeboard for seminars happening near you If you

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  • Student Publications - I.N.T.O
    you find useful Guide to School Based Work pdf 58 kb Student Teachers and Law pdf 66 kb Guide to Finding Your First Teaching Post pdf 94 kb Guide to Contracts of Employment pdf 62 kb Guide to Teacher Salaries pdf 117 kb Guide to Early Professional Development pdf 101 kb Guide to Teaching in the Republic of Ireland pdf 110 kb Guide to Conditions of Service pdf 83 kb

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  • Student Bulletins - I.N.T.O
    for Students Student Events Student Publications Student Bulletins What s Next Student Bulletins Student Bulletin 1 Welcome to the INTO pdf 108 kb Student Bulletin 2 Tops Tips for School Based Work pdf 116 kb Student Bulletin Finding Your First Teaching Post pdf 116 kb About INTO Aims and Objectives National Structure NI Structure Northern Office Join INTO Contact INTO Information For School Representatives School Leaders Newly Qualified Teachers Students

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  • What's Next? - I.N.T.O
    way with INTO s Top Ten Tips for applying for jobs and preparing for interview Top 10 Tips Applying for Jobs pdf 35 kb Top 10 Tips Preparing for Interview pdf 34 kb 10 Frequently Asked Interview Questions pdf 31 kb Don t Forget Don t forget to sign up for full INTO membership as a Newly Qualified Teacher and get your first year of membership COMPLETELY FREE Check out

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  • Useful Information - I.N.T.O
    Teachers Newly Qualified Teachers NQTs Pension and Retirement Redundancy Salaries and Pay Scales School Representatives Centre SEN Teachers Latest News SEN Mailing List SEN Communications SEN Documentation Useful Information Useful Links Teacher Health and Wellbeing Useful Information Tourette s Syndrome Key Facts For Teachers pdf 511 kb Tourette s Syndrome SEN Magazine Article pdf 198 kb About INTO Aims and Objectives National Structure NI Structure Northern Office Join INTO Contact

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  • News Archive - I.N.T.O
    contained within the members area If you have any further queries about this seminar please contact us SEN Conference Update June 2013 A very successful SEN conference was held on 1June 2013 in Belfast The conference was aimed at supporting teachers with an interest in SEN Teachers from all sectors and phases attended The willingness of members to attend this conference on a Saturday morning in June indicates the professionalism of our members and highlights the failure of our employers to meet the capacity building requirements of teachers The conference was addressed by Peter McAlister who gave a whistle stop tour of attachment theory Schools are focusing upon the reasons for underachievement as part of the drive to raise standards Attachment Theory can provide some answers and strategies that address underachievement Pupils who demonstrate secure attachment in school are less dependent on the teacher and are more prepared to take advantage of all learning opportunities Pupils with insecure attachment can present with challenging behaviour and fail to seize learning opportunities Teachers who are able to develop positive relationships can act as a bridge for these pupils and support them in developing the techniques to overcome their barriers The presentation gave some practical advice to teachers on how to manage pupils who may be displaying issues related to attachment The conference looked at the issues related to workload and effectiveness of IEPs The guidance from the Capacity building file was used as a reference point Participants highlighted that IEPs are sometimes written for pupils who do not require them Pupils only require an education plan if they are on stage 2 or higher of the Code of Practice If a pupil requires differentiation that can be adequately provided for within the curriculum planning process then the teacher s planner is the

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  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - I.N.T.O
    NI Frequently Asked Questions FAQs Frequently Asked Questions FAQs Click on the links below to access FAQs from each category Assessment Classroom Teachers Conditions Of Service Industrial Action INTO Structure Functioning Maternity Leave Pay Principal Teachers About INTO Aims and Objectives National Structure NI Structure Northern Office Join INTO Contact INTO Information For School Representatives School Leaders Newly Qualified Teachers Students SEN Teachers LGBT Teachers Teachers Salaries Maternity Leave Sick

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  • Northern Committee - I.N.T.O
    Stranmillis teacher training college in Belfast She currently lives in Dunmurry with her husband and GAA mad son Caroline teaches in Glenveagh School She works with children aged 9 19 with Severe Learning Difficulties specialising in teaching pupils with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties The special school environment shares many of the challenges being faced in the mainstream schools Increased numbers of pupils with special educational needs increased incidence of challenging behaviours increased paperwork workload linking with multidisciplinary teams Her objective is to ensure equality of provision for all children inschool Caroline is a new member to the Northern Committee representing Belfast West Teachers including 3 other special schools She has an obvious interest in SEN education throughout the school system changes in assessment programmes and as a mum of a 10 year old the selection process Caroline will one day learn Spanish and hopes to retire before she drops Des McDonagh is a Post Primary teacher in West Belfast where he has taught Mathematics and Geography for the past 28 years He is currently Head of Geography He has served Northern Committee for 10 years in his capacity as Post Primary Representative for Belfast and Belfast West listening to the concerns of members in 20 schools with a view to articulating these concerns at committee level He recently stepped down as Chairperson of Northern Committee a position which approached with tenacity and vigour In this time he assisted in the formulation and establishment of INTO policy and his professional input will be sadly missed Des has returned to his Post Primary school on the Glen Road where no doubt the struggle will continue to raise professional issues in the face of substantive challenges ahead in the educational conundrum Mark McTaggart was born in Belfast He graduated from St Mary s teacher training college in Belfast He lives in Belfast with his wife Siobhan and their 4 daughters Mark began teaching in St Patrick s Secondary School before working as an outdoor pursuits instructor in Drumalla House Outdoor Education Centre He taught in a Primary School in Tilbury Essex for four years before returning to Ireland taking up post in St Mac Nissis Primary School Newtownabbey in 1992 After 4 years as a Vice Principal he became Principal of St Anthony s Primary School in 2006 Mark was an INTO school rep for 14 years He was the Carrickfergus Newtownabbey and Larne Branch Chairperson and District 1 Secretary He is a former Chair of Standing Orders Conference and a Staff Rep Tutor He is currently the Northern Committee Primary Rep for NEELB and District 1 Representative to Standing Orders Congress Mark is a member of the INTO athletic club and following last year s maracycle has become a keen cyclist Seamus Hanna is originally from Newry but now lives in Carnmoney He studied at both The Mater Dei Institute in Dublin and St Mary s College in Belfast He plays Bodhran enjoys traditional Irish music kayaking and hill walking Seamus

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