The Perfect SENCO

Author: Natalie Packer

Publisher: Crown House Publishing

ISBN: 1781351201

Category: Education

Page: 128

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The essential SENCO's guide for doing the job perfectly. Real education isn't about a race to the top of the class or the league table. It isn't about being better than anyone else or accumulating as many qualifications as you possibly can. It's about being helped to be the best you can possibly be by professionals who are skilled enough to know how to do it and compassionate enough to take the time to do it well. Nowhere is this philosophy more important than when it comes to supporting children with special educational needs and this book, commissioned for our Perfect Series by a SEN consultant with many years' experience, will help you achieve just that.

Perfect Assessment for Learning

Author: Claire Gadsby

Publisher: Crown House Publishing

ISBN: 1781350280

Category: Education

Page: 142

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Too much valuable teacher time is devoted to the kind of marking and feedback which does little to improve pupils' learning. This easy to read guide introduces a range of innovative and practical strategies to ensure that assessment genuinely is for learning

The Teacher's Guide to SEN

Author: Natalie Packer

Publisher: Crown House Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1785832190

Category: Education

Page: 176

View: 4318

In The Teacher’s Guide to SEN Natalie Packer outlines what all teachers need to know about SEN, and provides a range of practical tips and ideas that can be applied in the classroom. One of the key messages of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice, first introduced in 2014, is that every teacher is responsible and accountable for every pupil in their class, including those with SEN. So what does this mean in practice for you as a class or subject teacher? Essentially, it requires you to understand every individual’s needs, have a range of relevant knowledge and skills and have the confidence to try out some new approaches. This book is your essential guide to meeting these requirements. The Teacher’s Guide to SEN details the areas of need teachers are most likely to encounter, including: speech, language and communication needs (SLCN); autism (or ASD); moderate learning difficulties (MLD); specific learning difficulties (SpLD), including dyslexia, dyspraxia and dyscalculia; social, emotional and mental health needs; and physical needs, including visual impairment (VI), hearing impairment (HI) and physical disability. It also provides a useful overview of the many potentially unfamiliar acronyms used in SEN. Special educational needs and disability (SEND) is an umbrella terms which covers a varied array of different needs. They may impact upon learning and cognition, behaviour, social interactions, or an individual’s ability to access the curriculum and certain activities in the same way as their peers. With the appropriate support, these needs need not be a barrier to learning, as this book demonstrates. The Teacher’s Guide to SEN offers practical hands-on strategies to ensure high-quality teaching for all, together with key facts, real-life case studies and questions for reflection. The comprehensive advice includes: defining special educational needs; understanding your responsibilities; identifying pupils with SEN and putting support in place as part of the graduated approach; contributing to SEN reviews and education, health and care plans (EHC plans); making reasonable adjustments in the classroom; delivering inclusive, high-quality teaching for all; raising expectations; classroom strategies, focused on feedback, planning, questioning, modelling and scaffolding learning; developing relationships with pupils and their families; effective partnership working with teaching assistants, parents and outside agencies; and tracking and reviewing progress and provision. Relevant to all primary and secondary practitioners, this is an essential point of reference for busy teachers, including trainees, NQTs or indeed any practitioner who would like to refresh their knowledge or gather some new ideas to try in the classroom.

On the Fringes

Preventing exclusion in schools through inclusive, child-centred, needs-based practice

Author: Jackie Ward

Publisher: Crown House Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1785834134

Category: Education

Page: 176

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In On the Fringes: Preventing exclusion in schools through inclusive, child-centred, needs-based practice, Jackie Ward opens up the debate surrounding school exclusion and its link to special educational needs (SEN), and shares action-oriented strategies designed to bring about a more inclusive approach. Too many of our vulnerable young people are being excluded – even those with SEN and the very young who are only just on the cusp of school life. And having seen first-hand the impact that exclusion has on children with often unmet medical needs – such as autistic spectrum condition (ASC) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) – Jackie explores in this book the realities of what exclusion means to each of us and its impact on wider society. Jackie examines this critical issue through the lens of her experiences in both mainstream and specialist settings and presents practical, solution-focused guidance to help schools deliver the inclusive education that every child deserves. Drawing upon a range of sources, Jackie’s wide-reaching analysis is backed up with case studies, up-to-date research and anecdotal reports – setting out a balanced view focusing on the stated and underlying needs of schools, staff, parents, children and other agencies. On the Fringes scrutinises exclusion procedures and reviews the SEND Code of Practice in depth, particularly highlighting the role of early interventions in detecting underlying SEN and medical needs. Jackie also explores a range of pre-emptive and alternative approaches that can be employed as part of a whole-school approach to pastoral care and behaviour management that develops pupils’ self-awareness and self-regulation. In doing so she offers informed inspiration to teachers and SEN practitioners working with some of our most vulnerable children – who, without our care, compassion and tailored provision, are too often destined for lives on the fringes of society. Suitable for teachers, school leaders, SEN professionals, policy-makers and parents. Chapters include: Chapter 1 – Exclusion facts and figures; Chapter 2 – The legalities of exclusion; Chapter 3 – The school’s view: inclusion versus exclusion; Chapter 4 – A view from the PRU: after the exclusion; Chapter 5 – The child: ‘that kid’; Chapter 6 – The parents’ view; Chapter 7 – Behaviour or complex need?; Chapter 8 – Spotting the signs of underlying needs; Chapter 9 – Addressing mental health and wellbeing; Chapter 10 – Holistic approaches.

Bloomsbury CPD Library: Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Author: Cherryl Drabble

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1472928113

Category: Education

Page: 208

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According to the most recent SEND Code of Practice, every teacher is a teacher of children with special educational needs and disabilities, and yet teachers often receive little or no training in this area. Despite their best intentions they are therefore often ill-equipped to rise to the challenge of helping their students achieve the best possible educational outcomes. This comprehensive resource will equip primary and secondary teachers and SENDCos with the training and skills they need to fully support children with SEND in mainstream classrooms. Cherryl Drabble draws on her vast experience as a CPD leader, NQT mentor and her many years of working with working with SEND to provide guidance, practical activities and strategies for evaluating and strengthening your practice.

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Der Mäusedetektiv

Author: Mini Grey

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783868737462

Category:

Page: 32

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The Perfect Teacher Coach

Author: Jackie Beere,Terri Broughton

Publisher: Independent Thinking Press

ISBN: 9781781350034

Category: Education

Page: 161

View: 1744

The essential guide to coaching to improve performance in the classroom.

Shackletons Reise

Author: William Grill

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783314103117

Category:

Page: 80

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Builder

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Construction industry

Page: N.A

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Fine Homebuilding

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: House construction

Page: N.A

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Freund oder Feind

Author: Michael Morpurgo

Publisher: CARLSEN Verlag

ISBN: 3646923806

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 96

View: 4512

England während des zweiten Weltkriegs. Für David und seinen Freund Tucky ist der Krieg in weite Ferne gerückt, seit sie aus London weggeschickt worden sind und auf dem Land bei Mr Reynolds leben. Auf langen Streifzügen erkunden sie die Umgebung. Eines Abends sehen sie einen Lichtblitz über dem Moor. Ein deutsches Kampfflugzeug stürzt ab. Und plötzlich scheint der Feind wieder ganz nah. Doch sind diese beiden Männer wirklich ihre Feinde? Oder sind es einfach zwei Menschen, die Hilfe brauchen? David und Tucky müssen eine schwierige Entscheidung treffen ...

Popular Photography

Author: Frank Roy Fraprie

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Photography

Page: N.A

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Mina

Author: David Almond

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783473524907

Category:

Page: 254

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American Photography

Author: Frank Roy Fraprie

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Photography

Page: N.A

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