Additional SEND Needs - Opening Up Your English Curriculum (Code: C1330)
This session will focus on common barriers for learners with; autism (triad of impairments, psychological processes, barriers in English, inclusive classrooms), speech & language needs (ways to support understanding of vocab, use of writing frames/graphic organisers) dyslexia & dyspraxia (features of dyslexia and dyspraxia, roots to diagnosis, law on Specific Learning Difficulties, strategies for the classroom) and behaviour (classroom management, engagement and expectations, ADHD main characteristics, how English teachers can help).
Who is this for?
Lecturers/teachers of English, subject specialists in post 16 settings
This webinar focuses on sharing good practice regarding how to provide appropriate maths support for learners with additional needs who are on mainstream vocational provisions. The session aims to support teachers and educators to recognise the range of neurodiversity needs that maybe present in both diagnosed and undiagnosed learners. The aim is to recognise the tapestry of our classrooms and uses the principle message that a better understanding of learners needs will result in more impactful teaching, learning and assessment. With between 30-40% of the population thought to be neurodiverse the evidence is clear that an increased understanding of these needs would result in a more inclusive classroom.
The outcomes of the course aims to:
- Develop practitioners understanding of neurodiverse needs and how to improve the design of teaching and learning in English to support these learners.
- Share strategies which explore how educators might manage neurodiverse behaviours which will promote impactful learning.
- Promote and share a body of valid and relevant evidence-based research to enable practitioners to plan for effective learning and delivery