Teaching Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
- Sarah Martin-Denham - University of Sunderland, UK
Early Childhood Education | Preservice Training | Special Education
All teachers are expected to have a clear understanding of the needs of all pupils and be able to use and evaluate distinctive teaching approaches to engage and support their entire class. But how do you actually teach and work with young people in an inclusive way?
This book is your ultimate guide with chapters on:
- Your first day in a specialist provision
- Teaching, Planning and Assessment
- Working in partnership
As well as material on specific conditions which covers all areas of exceptionality.
This book gives you the knowledge and practical advice you really need to help you teach children from 0-25 with special educational needs and disabilities.
This comprehensive book is a must have for anyone working with children and young people with SEND. It is an up-to - date reference book which is easy to read and set out in an easily accessible format so busy professionals can dip in and out as required. It covers all ages and relates to both special and mainstream settings. Written by a number of SEND experts it not only provides the theory but has great examples of good practice strategies you can use in the classroom.
This volume would be a superb acquisition for anyone new to the post of SENCO or SEN teacher and of equal value to those undertaking postgraduate training in this area. The individual essays are written in consistent style and are exceptionally clear and accessible...
Additional materials, exemplar learning and behaviour plans, level descriptors and schemes of work are available through a special website that supports the book and adds significantly to its value in the classroom. This book is full of practical strategies that are lucidly presented and I have no hesitation in recommending it to anyone working with the field of SEND.
The book identifies strategies for specific learning difficulties as well as inclusion for all. Easy to navigate.
A wealth of ideas and support for teaching children with SEND. The book identifies strategies for specific learning difficulties as well as inclusion for all. It supports with working with parents and other agencies to deliver the best outcomes for children. The real life case studies really help to show the theory in practice.
This is a very good text with relevant information, theories and challenges to practices for the professional to consider. In fact, it is so well presented I would like all teachers, SENCO and teachers assistants to read this.
A comprehensive and engaging book which is easy to dip in and out of. The inclusion of case studies and reflective activities make this a particularly useful resource,
very useful for the unit on Supporting Learners with Diverse Needs
The strategies employed can be critiqued as part of our course material.
This comprehensive book is a must have for anyone working with children and young people with SEND. It is an up-to - date reference book which is easy to read and set out in an easily accessible format so busy professionals can dip in and out as required. It covers all ages and relates to both special and mainstream settings.
Clear links to the new code of practice. Excellent teaching strategies explored. Easy to find specific needs and how to cater for these.
Sample Materials & Chapters
Exemplar Individual Learning Plan