Teaching and Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in Primary Schools
- Jonathan Glazzard - Edge Hill University, UK
- Jane Stokoe - Teacher
- Alison Hughes - University of Huddersfield, UK
- Annette Netherwood
- Lesley Neve - University of Huddersfield, UK
Primary Teaching Now
Primary Education (General) | Primary SEN | Primary Teacher Training
The book identifies strategies for specific learning difficulties as well as inclusion for all. Easy to navigate.
Supported module on SEND and Inclusive practice. Used as a source of information about specific conditions and how they can be supported in the classroom.
This text supports our inclusion module and explores specific needs with clarity helping student teachers to understand how they can best support the learners in their classrooms.
This is an up to date and comprehensive publication and complements other reading for the NASENCO award.
This is a must read for all of our Learning Support Assistants, and our Early Childcare students who want to go onto Primary or nursery teaching.
Very good supportive text for general practice and for the module - useful starting point for discussion as well
The book offers a good overview of special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in the classroom, with relevant practical information for students to reflect on inclusive practice and making adaptations to enhance learning in the context of SEND.