As SEND professionals, we all recognise the importance of basing our practice on sound evidence of what works and the science behind the approaches we choose to adopt in our classrooms, schools and settings. Nasen journals are an excellent source of research-based information for this purpose.
As a nasen member, an online subscription will ensure you have full access to a wealth of material related to teaching and learning for children and young people with SEND.
Nasen journals are hosted for us by Wiley-Blackwell Publishing and clicking the link(s) below will direct you to the Wiley-Blackwell Synergy website.
This well-established and respected journal covers the whole range of learning difficulties relating to children in mainstream and special schools, with particular emphasis on the impact of legislation on special and inclusive practice.
This international peer-reviewed online nasen publication, establishes an international forum for the dissemination of research on special educational needs. This journal is published three times per year and is available exclusively online.
This topical journal examines the practical and theoretical issues surrounding the education of pupils with special educational needs in mainstream schools, and aims to act as a bridge between academics and practitioners.