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nasen awards winners

 Prestigious Special Educational Needs Resource Award winners announced

Nasen, the UK’s leading professional association embracing all special and additional educational needs and disabilities, is proud to announce the winners of the nasen Awards 2011.awards 2011

Now in its eighteenth year, the nasen Awards represent excellence in resources for special educational needs. The awards are firmly established amongst the most prestigious in the UK, representing a recognised hallmark of inclusivity and excellence for educational suppliers, authors and publishers. The awards were presented to the winners by Jean Gross who commented:

"It was great to see the national year of communication celebrated through a special award for the best resource to support children with speech, language and communication needs . The quality and diversity of entries for all the awards was inspiring. I know that these resources will help change lives."

And the winners are:

The Inclusive Children’s Book Award
The Pasta Detectives by Andrea Steinhofel (Chicken House)

The Special Educational Needs Academic Award
Justice and Equality in Education: A Capability Perspective on Disability and Special Educational Needs by Lorella Terzi ( Continuum)

Book to promote Professional Development
Teaching Tough Kids’ by Mark Le Messurier ( David Fulton/Routledge)

Inclusive Resource to support Early Development

Primary Resource/Book to support Teaching and Learning
Challenge Cards by Rachel Beyer ( Rising Stars)

Secondary Resource/Book to support Teaching and Learning
Keeping Out of Trouble by Tina Rae and Rachel Hayes (Optimus Education)

ICT Resource to support Teaching and Learning
Recordable Bar/Story Sequencer TTS

Special Award 2011 Resource to support Speech, Language and Communications Needs
I Hear With my Little Ear 2 by Liz Baldwin LDA/Findel Education

Lorraine Petersen, CEO of nasen, paid tribute to all entries for the 2011 nasen Awards:

“The innovation, thought and creativity behind this year’s submissions was exceptional. As new research and teaching practices emerge, our understanding of how to meet the different needs of children grows. This vital information is used by the industry’s most inspiring educational suppliers, authors and publishers to support vulnerable children and the people that teach them. This commitment is something that nasen is truly proud to recognise.”

To download a high resolution winners image click here.

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