Presented by Michael Surr, Education Development Officer at nasen. In this webinar we will explore the principles of person centred practice including the importance the SEND code of practice places upon them and how they can have a positive impact on practice. We will then look at a selection of practical tools that will help you to begin working in a person centred way. This webinar is only available to Gold members.
We are excited to announce that nasen Live will be back again for another year and we can now reveal more details about the highly popular SEND event for 2017.
Webinar - An introduction to using interventions to support pupils with SEND. Part 1 - How to Choose
Presented by Alex Grady, Education Development Officer at nasen. The first in a series, this webinar will explore some of the factors that should be considered when choosing effective interventions to support pupils with a range of SEND. This webinar is only available to Gold members.
With the introduction of the new ALN and Education Tribunal (Wales) Bill there will be a new system which will replace the existing legislation surrounding special educational needs. The proposed legislation, in which the term ‘additional learning needs’ will replace ‘special educational needs’ will create a simpler, more streamlined legislative process to support children with ALN. It will include the introduction of an Individual Development Plan which will make sure the individual’s rights to
Presented by Alison Wilcox, Head of Education at nasen. This webinar will look at the purpose of school self-evaluation for SEND and some of the activities with which the SENCO and other strategic leaders in school can engage to identify strengths and areas for development.
Nasen Live provides the opportunity for SENCOs, teachers and all practitioners to refresh and update their knowledge, learn from evidence-based practice and feel supported throughout the coming year.
The nasen Leadership Conference 2016 provides an opportunity for education leaders to examine strategies to support teacher development using evidence based practice to tailor teacher/practitioner support to the needs of the setting. The ambition to provide the highest quality teaching support for all pupils can be realised by a whole school SEND strategy with teacher development at its heart.