Launching new Chatta training and resources at BETT 2017

The chatta team will be attending the BETT show in January and over the course of the 4 days (January 25th – 28th) 6 of us of will be available to explain and demonstrate chatta and its impact.

chatta’s vision is aligned with the organisers and attendees of the BETT show and share the values of the event’s mission statement:

We believe in creating a better future by transforming education. Our mission is to bring together people, ideas, practices and technologies so that educators and learners can fulfil their potential.

We will be launching 3 new resources at the show:

  • chatta: Special Educational Needs

chatta Special Educational Needs Training provides training and resources to maximise the impact of interventions to support children in making progress and overcoming barriers to learning. The online training, expert implementation guidance and resources provide new and effective ways of teaching and learning for children and young people, teachers, therapists, support assistants, parents and carers.

All chatta Special Educational Needs approaches are based on successful classroom interventions and case studies, and are devised and led by chatta‘s team of qualified and internationally recognised special needs consultants.

The training and resources include the use of chatta to deliver effective approaches in the following areas:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Dyslexia
  • Speech and Language Interventions
  • Deaf and Hearing Impaired Approaches
  • Working with Parents and Carers
  • Supporting Teaching Assistants
  • Sequencing and Memory Disorders
  • Emotional and Behavioural Support
  • Social Skills and Interaction
  • Personalised Learning
  • chatta: A New Language

chatta New Language training and resources present proven activities, approaches and teaching sequences to ensure progress on learning any new spoken language.

The chatta approach supports teachers with high impact methods relevant to every topic, social situation and area of life and education.

It is structured to support learners of all ages and includes materials and expert guidance for teachers and teaching assistants.

Key Benefits:

  • Teaching English as an additional language
  • Bilingual Teaching
  • Partnerships with parents and carers

The chatta approach ensures recall,application and fluency. It supports and maximises the impact of best practice teaching and skilled educational practitioners.

  • chatta: Talk for Boys

The chatta Talk for Boys training and resources provide guidance for practitioners who want to know what works for boys in early years settings by:

  • Utilising boys fascinations and learning preferences as a starting point for planning
  • Providing an environment for opportunities for exploration and curiosity
  • Using chatta‘s unique approach to capture the experiences which focus on boys’ interests and link these to different types of talk

By drawing upon the experience and expertise of early years practitioners, ‘Talk for Boys’ ensures accelerated speech and language skills for *boys (and *girls too).

Each of these new developments include printed resources and activity packs based on the unique chatta approach, as well as practical training activities and guided implementation to meet the needs and direction of every school and nursery.

Please get in touch to find out more, or if you are attending the show come and say hello. We’d love to have chat!