World-renowned educator Phil Beadle to run workshops in Sydney
Award winning teacher, broadcaster, education consultant, teacher trainer and columnist Phil Beadle arrives at International Grammar School (IGS) in July 2017 after a sold out New York tour. He will share his expertise in literacy and behaviour management in two powerful, one-day workshops.
Phil Beadle is best known in Australia for his role in the television series The Unteachables which aired primetime on ABC1 and for which he won a Royal Television Society Award for being the best on-screen newcomer that year. Phil has a long history of delivering transformational English results in schools in challenging circumstances and he shares his experience.
Both workshops will be held at the IGS Conference Space and bookings are essential.
Don’t miss the Early Bird rates through 23 June!
The Secrets of Positive Behaviour Management
Thursday 20 July 2017, 9:30am-3pm
This workshop promises to be an engaging and interactive day, drawing on Phil Beadle’s twenty years of experience working in challenging environments. Can the techniques learnt in such schools have application in more mainstream or elevated climes? For more information download brochure.
Improving Writing Across the Curriculum
Friday 21 July 2017, 9:30am-3:30pm
This workshop will be an amusing, wholly interactive and intellectually nourishing course, leaving teachers more knowledgeable about the mechanics of writing and how they might deliver these to students in a way that results in genuinely improved performances and life-experiences. For more information download brochure.
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