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Teachers and teaching assistants are eight times more likely to suffer voice problems than any other profession (Voice Care UK). Newly-qualified teachers are at even greater risk. According to a study by Greenwich University, 50% of NQTs suffer voice loss during their first year in teaching (National Education Union, 2018).
The resulting working days lost cost over £15 million per year in the UK (National Union of Teachers, 2016). The cost in terms of continuity of provision for our pupils – immeasurable.
So, we teamed up with an experienced classroom teacher and university ITE educator to design the short online course Use and Care of Voice for Teacher Assistant Training
The course develops teacher understanding of voice production, vocal variety and vocal health.
The relationship between use of voice and classroom presence is highlighted and optional links throughout the course mean the learning journey can be personalised to meet individual professional development needs.
The voice is a teacher’s most important tool – it is worth investing in.
Who is this course for?
Ideal for teachers of all experience, but particularly suitable for NQTs
This course will help improve your teaching, so wherever that may take you...
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