Understanding different types of Special Educational Needs (Learning & Living differences as I like to call them) can be both challenging and time consuming. Getting the teaching, learning and support is crucial. This course will demonstrate practical ways to provide both 'challenging' and 'accessible' learning opportunities for pupils with SEN. These will include pupils with autism, dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, dysphasia, ADHD/ADD and emotional, social and behavioural needs. The course is suitable for all teachers, whether you are newly qualified, experienced or support staff.
Delegates will explore a range of differentiation techniques and develop strategies for promoting learning specific to the needs of individual pupils. You will also explore the importance and effectiveness of assessment in order to promote maximum attainment for the whole class.
Knowing the different types of needs - the huge spectrum of learning & living differences
Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Dysphasia
Social, Emotional & Behavioural Difficulties
Understanding and implementing the EHCP (Education Health Care Plan) for each learner
Practical strategies for the mainstream classroom
Emotional support for learners - developing learner confidence
Differentiation and Inclusion in schools for SEN pupils
Working together - targets and personal development
Getting the most for all SEN pupils
Discussions and planning for SEN pupils
Monitoring and reviewing progress together - school, pupils and parents
“An excellent course with multiple tips for engaging and bringing out the best in students with learning and living differences. Dragonfly always provides fantastic training and tailors it for all delegates.”Lisa Morton - Head of Pastoral , Cardiff Sixth Form College