SRtRC Wales held successful bilingual training conferences for trainee teachers on consecutive days in West and North Wales. Informative presentations and workshops on immigration, Islamophobia, terminology and handling racism in the classroom were delivered during both days. The students were also briefed on reporting procedures in relation to racial incidents and were encouraged to put these into action through some hypothetical case studies.
The students were given information about the charity and reassured that support from Show Racism the Red Card would be available to them as they step into the world of education. They then engaged in a number of activities that are included in our school workshops, gaining some useful facts and information as well as practical anti-racism educational methods and along the way (in terms of tips and resources).
We would like to thank the NEU for their support for this project that has enabled us to deliver to hundreds of student teachers in Wales, as well as the students who took part in the workshops in Bangor University and Aberystwyth University.
Cynhadleddau Athrawon Yfory – Aberystwyth a Bangor
Bu DyCCiH yn cynnal cynhadleddau ar gyfer athrawon dan hyfforddiant yng Ngorllewin a Gogledd Cymru ar ddyddiau olynol. Derbynnodd y myfyrwyr gyflwyniadau a gweithdai ar fewnfudo, Islamophobia, terminoleg a delio gyda hiliaeth yn y dosbarth ar y ddau ddiwrnod, tra’n rhannu eu profiadau nhw. Cawsant grynodeb o ganllawiau adrodd a chofnodi digwyddiadau hiliol, cyn rhoi’r wybodaeth yma ar waith drwy ymateb i astudiaethau achos.
Dysgodd y myfyrwyr am yr elusen ac esbonwyd iddynt bod cefnogaeth DyCCiH ar gael iddynt wrth iddynt gamu i fyd addysg. Cymerodd yr athrawon ifanc ran mewn nifer o weithgareddau sy’n ran o’n gweithdai ysgolion, gan ennill gwybodaeth a ffeithiau defnyddiol yn ogystal ag adnoddau a chyngor ymarferol i daclo achosion o hiliaeth.
Hoffwn ddiolch i’r NEU am eu cefnogaeth yn y prosiect yma, yn ogystal a’r myfyrwyr bu’n cymryd rhan yn ein dyddiau ym Mhrifysgolion Aberystwyth a Bangor.