Teaching Children with Special Needs: A Practical Guide for Teaching provides useful information for teaching assistants and other support workers teaching children with special needs in a primary school setting.
Teaching Children with Special Needs: Inclusive Strategies for Meeting Individual Needs contains a collection of articles by experienced practitioners on different individual special needs, offering comprehensive information and useable guidance.
This resource focuses on specific interventions which can be used for children within the four definitions of areas of need as identified in the Special Educational Needs Code of Practice (DfES, 2001).
The SEN Training Portfolio for Learning Support Assistants is a comprehensive training resource with extensive reference and training materials designed to raise the skills and status of teaching assistants.
Providing everything that a busy secondary SENCO will ever need all in one place, the second edition of this popular handbook will allow you to spend as much time as possible where you need to be – with your students.
Developing learning skills: gross motor skills, fine motor skills, visual perception, spatial awareness and more, plus A-Z guide to special educational needs syndromes, learning disabilities, differentiation
SENCOs in secondary schools will be concerned that new rules on GCSE marking will penalise thousands of students with a genuine spelling disability and make it more difficult for them to reach target grades.
How can teachers identify a child’s giftedness when it’s masked by poor writing and spelling and a serious lack of organisations skills? Sal McKeown draws attention to this potential cause of underachievement