These simple and creative activities and lesson plans, created for pupils who are working below national curriculum levels, provide new ideas for teaching science and computing to inclusive classrooms. Encourage every child to achieve their best results through the easily adaptable and fun activities.
This handbook will give aspiring and practising SENCOs, teachers and Headteachers an in-depth knowledge and understanding of effective policy, provision and practice to meet the diverse needs of children with special educational needs and disabilities.
This comprehensive guide explores what is meant by SEND in primary schools and covers everything trainees need to know about their statutory responsibilities in school. It has been fully revised and updated in line with the new SEN Code of Practice and current legislation.
This third edition continues to guide students through the challenging field of special educational needs and disability, offering essential support as they develop a critical and up-to-date understanding of the practical challenges and opportunities concerning inclusion.
Fully up to date with the SEND Code of Practice this book explores all the key contemporary issues relevant to supporting children with special needs in an early years context. Combining theory with practice, it demonstrates how to ensure children's individual needs are at the heart of early years provision.
This is the definitive handbook for anyone affected by Asperger's syndrome, with a new introduction explaining the DSM-5. It brings together information on all aspects of the syndrome for children through to adults. Drawing on case studies from Attwood's extensive clinical experience, the book is authoritative and extremely accessible.
A practical book of ideas and support strategies for the induction, assessment, teaching and learning of students with English as an additional language (EAL). It includes ideas such as: setting up a parent conference; identifying and supporting G&T learners; cross-cultural mathematics; and, questioning techniques.
Essential support for all trainees and practitioners working in early years contexts, helping them to understand and mitigate against the risk factors of mental health needs in children from birth to 5.
Short and accessible, it explains what attachment means and how to recognise attachment disorder in children. It offers practical advice and strategies which parents and professionals can use with children affected by an attachment disorder. This second edition includes the revised DSM-5 criteria.
Covering the new SEN legislation and policy, this book brings new and experienced SENCOs up-to-date with the most recent reforms in provision and regulation and supports them through all the key areas of implanting a new SEN system effectively.
Meeting the needs of trainee teachers and Higher Level Teaching Assistants, this book provides an introduction to key issues. It covers: self-assessment of your own attitudes towards SEN issues; legal definitions and current legislation and guidance; and, identification, assessment and support for children with SENs across the key stages.
Investigating topics such as inclusion and special educational or additional educational needs, this book provides support for teaching assistants working towards Higher Level Teaching Assistant status, as well as those undertaking the Foundation Degree in Teaching and Learning.
Provides those working with autistic children one hundred ideas of how to support and develop their learning. This book presents ideas ranging from developing pupils' understanding and communication skills to ensuring they are comfortable within their learning environment.
Offers an integrated answer that address inclusion, equality and diversity in childcare settings. This book explains how to turn good intentions into effective anti-discriminatory practice when working with children of various ages. It includes examples from a selection of childcare settings that show how to put the principles into practice.
Many books will tell you the latest theories about what causes Autistic Spectrum Disorder, ranging from severe autism to Aspergers syndrome, but what you really want to know is how to get a good night's sleep, or find time for your other children. This supportive guide helps parents understand their ASD child and offers practical advice.
Pupils who survive multiple traumatic experiences of loss, trauma, abuse and neglect can easily be misunderstood in our schools, despite our good intentions. This work includes strategies that provide teachers and teaching assistants with different perspectives, practical tools and the confidence for supporting these children.
First-person stories from well-known, successful people who also happen to have dyslexia. The stories prove that, although life with dyslexia can have its challenges, it is possible to achieve your goals and find success. The book includes contributions from Eddie Izzard, Darcey Bussell CBE, Benjamin Zephaniah and David Bailey CBE, among others.
In this exciting book, Davis shares the startling discovery he made which helped him overcome his own dyslexia; reveals how dyslexia may be linked to uncommonly high levels of intelligence, creativity, and imagination; and outlines a clear and simple plan that anyone can use to help themselves or others conquer this all-too-common disability.
Looks at the philosophical debates surrounding special educational needs and inclusion. This edition highlights the critical perspectives that philosophy can bring to bear on the education policy and provides a varied discussion of the issues. It aims to stimulate debate and to contribute to better informed educational initiatives.
Over 1.5 million people are affected by autism or Asperger's Syndrome (AS) and this population is entering the workforce unprepared, clashing with unprepared coworkers. This book helps employers, educators, and therapists accommodate this growing population, and also helps people with AS find and keep gainful employment.
The father of Nick Vujicic, one of the world's most beloved persons with a disability, shares candidly the mistakes and successes in raising a child with unique challenges - from birth to an independent and satisfying adulthood.
Intended for class teachers in primary and secondary schools, this guide looks at strategies for identifying able, gifted and talented children and meeting their social, emotional and educational needs. Illustrated with case studies and FAQs, it is also suitable for PGCE students, G&T coordinators and those undergoing training as leading teachers.
In the Third Edition of this respected and influential textbook, Kate Wall blends theory and practice with an informative and highly accessible writing style to provide a detailed analysis of provision for young children with additional needs.
This book suggests adopting educational practices which encourage feelings of emotional security, promote trusting and supportive relationships and reflect students' views and feelings; essential qualities for healthy personal and social development in children and young people.