101 Essential Lists for SENCOs

101 Essential Lists for SENCOs

Author: Kate Griffiths

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781441165206

Category: Education

Page: 142

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To all those teachers working in learning support, if you only buy one book this year, make it this one. It is clear concise and to the point. Lyn Wright, Cluster Manager Inclusion, Failsworth School In this practical book for SENCOs lists range from the understanding the crucial role of the SENCO?' to detailed overviews of, and strategies to cope with, the common special educational needs.

101 Essential Lists for SENCOs

101 Essential Lists for SENCOs

Author: Kate Griffiths

Publisher: Continuum

ISBN: UVA:X004904403

Category: Education

Page: 132

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Offers lists that range from the practical such as 'what is the role of the SENCO?' to overviews of the common special educational needs.

101 Essential Lists on Assessment

101 Essential Lists on Assessment

Author: Tabatha Rayment

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9780826488671

Category: Education

Page: 136

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Lists range from using positive assessment to increase students self-esteem to explaining various forms of assessment.

101 Essential Lists for Primary Teachers

101 Essential Lists for Primary Teachers

Author: Fred Sedgwick

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9780826488718

Category: Education

Page: 119

View: 781

Provides lists ranging from preparing for an interview and organizing the classroom to dealing with difficult students and selecting an appropriate wardrobe.

101 Essential Lists for the Early Years

101 Essential Lists for the Early Years

Author: Penny Tassoni

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9780826488633

Category: Education

Page: 124

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'This book is practical, inspiring and, as all educational books should be, peppered with surprises. I shall feel less insecure in the next KS1 classroom I visit.' Fred Sedgwick is a poet, former headteacher and the author of numerous books in the areas of literature, expressive arts, education and creativity. Lists range from planning activities and dealing with special educational needs to working with parents, teaching assistants and other colleagues.

101 Essential Lists on Managing Behaviour in the Early Years

101 Essential Lists on Managing Behaviour in the Early Years

Author: Simon Brownhill

Publisher: Continuum International Publishing Group

ISBN: UVA:X030114783

Category: Education

Page: 120

View: 139

Based on our best-selling title 100 Essential Lists for Teachers, this title contains lists for early years practitioners on how to manage behavior. Lists range from minor problems such giving rewards and sanctions to how to deal with serious problems such as special educational needs.

101 Essential Lists on Managing Behaviour in the Secondary School

101 Essential Lists on Managing Behaviour in the Secondary School

Author: Alex Griffiths

Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Academic

ISBN: UVA:X030109790

Category: Education

Page: 108

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Based on our best-selling title 100 Essential Lists for Teachers, this title contains lists for secondary school teachers on how to manage behavior. Lists range from minor problems such as giving rewards and sanctions to how to deal with serious problems such as drugs, bullying and anger management.

Educating Children with Complex Conditions

Educating Children with Complex Conditions

Author: Winand H Dittrich

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781849208406

Category: Education

Page: 128

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'This is an important contribution to the field of SEN. By putting the child into a context, the authors recognize that each child is unique and cannot be reduced to a simple diagnosis. Highly recommended' - SEN Magazine 'In just over 100 pages this book gives the clearest account I have yet read of 'overlapping and co-existing conditions'....All professionals working with children with complex conditions will find it both interesting and practical' - Special 'The book is written in an easily digestible form, and provides insight into overlapping conditions as well as advice on support to those working to meeting the needs of pupils with these complex disorders' - SNIP 'Many have tried but few have succeeded in bringing together the varying threads of special educational needs into a concise and proactive format. I know, having tried and failed myself. Here at last Dittrich and Tutt have created a fascinating account of the current SEN world and have succeeded, in my opinion, in demystifying and explaining the significance of specific SEN terms, while illustrating that overlap is more the norm than the exception. Well researched and written with both clarity and experience, the authors stress that there really is no such thing as a SEN child, but that some children are in essence more interesting in their learning and behaviour style than others.' Fintan O'Regan, Author and Consultant There are growing numbers of children displaying the symptoms of more than one condition or disorder, and this has led to those involved in education needing to understand which conditions commonly overlap or co-exist, and how to meet children's more complex needs. By bringing together some of the latest research on how the brain learns with what is known about identifying developmental disorders that appear to have a common biological basis, this book covers: - what is known about a common group of disorders, (including ADHD, autistic spectrum disorders, dyslexia, dyscalculia and dyspraxia) - how to recognise when a child may have more than one condition - what teaching approaches and strategies might be most relevant Written in a non-technical style, the book blends together scientific knowledge from different disciplines and translates it into practical terms for school leaders, practitioners in the field of special educational needs and disabilities, and students following courses in higher education.

Education For Future Practice

Education For Future Practice

Author:

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789460913204

Category: Education

Page: 325

View: 978

Education for Future Practice engages with the challenge faced by higher education: to envisage probable, possible and desired futures for practice and education and to realise ways of educating practitioners for these futures.