DARE: Disability Access Route to Education - A Teachers Guide
Everything you need to know about testing and applying to DARE in Rep. of Ireland
What you'll learn
- What the DARE scheme is and who can apply
- How to fill in the DARE application forms accurately and efficient
- The different types of tests that can be used for DARE
- The common mistakes made when applying to DARE
- How to conduct tests for the DARE specific learning disability route
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Certificate of Completion
Applying through the Disability Access Route to Education (DARE) scheme to college can have life changing effects for a student. Therefore, as a teacher ensuring you are confident and competent with all the details of eligibility, application and testing will be very important. This course, written and presented by Educational psychologist Rebecca Good, is packed full of practical information and downloadable resources which is sure to bolster everyone teachers confidence in the area. The course uses case study examples, activities and short quizzes to help you consolidate and check your learning as you go.
Rebecca is a senior chartered Educational Psychologist with over 15 years experience in the field. She is the director of a busy assessment practice in Dublin, Ireland has delivered training courses in the area of assessment and learning across the globe. Rebecca has much experience working with both public and private bodies and is passionate about supporting teachers and parents in the area of psychology and assessment so that they can provide the best support to those students that need it most.
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"Info is really well explained and resources are excellent"
- Geraldine, Psychologist