SEN in the Mainstream: Strategies for the Non-Specialist

A Presentation by Jackie Lloyd

What is SEN?
How do I manage it in a busy classroom?
What are my responsibilities?

This very practical course will de-mystify some of the jargon around SEN and Disability (SEND) so that you feel more confident in your understanding of SEND and what is expected of you in a busy classroom.  It will examine some of the current SEND issues for  mainstream teachers including the legal requirements and it will explore some of the high incidence conditions found in many classrooms today, giving you skills and strategies for managing some of the most common (high incidence-low need) conditions.

Target audience:

  • Mainstream Primary and secondary teachers
  • Teaching Assistants
  • Learning Mentors

 

What is SEN?

How do I manage it in a busy classroom?

What are my responsibilities?

This very practical course will de-mystify some of the jargon around SEN and Disability (SEND) so that you feel more confident in your understanding of SEND and what is expected of you in a busy classroom.  It will examine some of the current SEND issues for  mainstream teachers including the legal requirements and it will explore some of the high incidence conditions found in many classrooms today, giving you skills and strategies for managing some of the most common (high incidence-low need) conditions.

Target audience

Mainstream Primary and secondary teachers

Teaching Assistants

Learning Mentors

What is SEN?

How do I manage it in a busy classroom?

What are my responsibilities?

 

This very practical course will de-mystify some of the jargon around SEN and Disability (SEND) so that you feel more confident in your understanding of SEND and what is expected of you in a busy classroom.  It will examine some of the current SEND issues for  mainstream teachers including the legal requirements and it will explore some of the high incidence conditions found in many classrooms today, giving you skills and strategies for managing some of the most common (high incidence-low need) conditions.

Target audience:

Mainstream Primary and secondary teachers

Teaching Assistants

Learning Mentors

What is SEN?

How do I manage it in a busy classroom?

What are my responsibilities?

 

This very practical course will de-mystify some of the jargon around SEN and Disability (SEND) so that you feel more confident in your understanding of SEND and what is expected of you in a busy classroom.  It will examine some of the current SEND issues for  mainstream teachers including the legal requirements and it will explore some of the high incidence conditions found in many classrooms today, giving you skills and strategies for managing some of the most common (high incidence-low need) conditions.

 

Target audience: Mainstream Primary and secondary teachers

                            Teaching Assistants

                             Learning Mentors

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