Collaborative Learning for SEN : The Process

#Webcast #Collaborative

Guidance - 15 Jul 2015

This webcast, presented by Natalie Packer, provides an overview of the Collaborative Learning for SEN process. This process was created to support early years providers, schools and further education to continue improving their approaches to professional learning in order to maximise the benefit to staff, the children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities they teach.

This webcast, presented by Natalie Packer, provides an overview of the Collaborative Learning for SEN process. This process was created to support early years providers, schools and further education to continue improving their approaches to professional learning in order to maximise the benefit to staff, the children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities they teach.

Download the guidance document Collaborative Learning for SEN: the Role of the SENCO which emphasises a collaborative approach at all stages of the planning, implementing and reviewing process.

See the Collaborative Learning for SEN: Posterwhich details the process enabling you to track where you are.

Download the Collaborative Learning for SEN: SENCo Workbookdesigned to support you through the process. Working through this booklet will help you stay focused on what your school needs to do to improve the quality of teaching and learning for pupils with SEN.

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