Inclusive Education by DrOmnibus – helping every child on the journey to independence and development
Inclusion involves all aspects of social life. The goal is to make children want to communicate, to see value in communication, and not just verbal communication. You often can only reach full understanding with a child by communicating through images. It’s worth focusing in the beginning on such competencies as independence and communication through fun and leisure planning or establishing social contacts.
Guidance - 23 May 2017 Paid Member Only
This resource has questions for school governors or trustees to ask their SENCO and other senior executive leaders about SEND.
20 Apr 2017 Paid Member Only
The language that adults use is very important, particularly when supporting children and young people with SEND. nasen's tips will help you to know how to adapt your language in order to support these pupils more effectively.
Other - 13 Apr 2017
In an article originally published in 'Special' in May 2016, Professor Des Hewitt from Warwick University highlights the benefits for trainee teachers of learning in a special school community. He considers what can be learned from this model, and why teacher education establishments should consider using special schools in their teacher education programmes.