background preloader


Facebook Twitter

CHttpHandler. Family-Questionnaire. RR108. List of SIGs. Specific Learning Difficulties (dyslexia) MA. Book a place at our Postgraduate Open Evening to find out more about this programme. This masters degree will: introduce recent theory of cognitive and affective processes involved in reading and writing, and their development in children and adults evaluate the nature of specific learning difficulties (SpLD) (dyslexia) across the life span and analyse the implications of its identification through assessment of learners with specific learning difficulties (dyslexia). provide a critical understanding of psychometric and educational assessment develop your professional expertise in assessing children and adults and in writing professional reports containing recommendations for intervention analyse and evaluate the implications of research and theory for teaching learners struggling with reading, writing and spelling develop your understanding of the key principles of learning and reflect on the aspects that underpin your own teaching approach.

Features Who is this programme for? Core topics. Untitled. 0042777.pdf. A list of common disabilities and disorders. TSR Wiki > University > A list of common disabilities and disorders I've compiled a brief outline of some common learning difficulties and disorders. This is for people who know they are struggling, but aren't sure what their problem might be, or for people who are interested in finding out more about what these disorders entail. When reading these lists please remember that they're only a brief summary and that each condition is far more complex. People with a condition don't necessarily display all of the symptoms described, and a person's symptoms may overlap with more than one condition.

This guide was originally put together by Craghyrax and further developed by River85, Titch89 and k9ruby on TSR Forums. ADD/ADHD (Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder) are developmental disorders with the following effects: Asperger Syndrome A pervasive developmental disorder on the Autistic Spectrum Asperger's Syndrome can affect people in the following ways: Depression.

Dfes%200581%20200mig2228. Supporting Children's Learning Code of Practice (Revised edition) 0042777. Resource to Support Children with SEN | Department of Education Northern Ireland. Working parties of principals, teachers, lecturers and other educationalists have brought their considerable skills and experience together and have identified useful and effective strategies with the aim to produce a Resource File for Special Educational Needs (SEN). It is hoped that this file and its resources can be deployed to support children not only with SEN but with a range of barriers to learning.

The Resource File is a work in progress, knowledge and expertise in teaching children with SEN is evolving continually and with this in mind, additional sections will be released through C2k and schools will be alerted to new materials and will be able to download these and add them to the file. The file can be downloaded below:- A Resource File for Schools to Support Children with Special Educational Needs PDF 32.6 MB The resource folder can also be downloaded by it's separate chapters :- Resource File for Special Educational Needs Contents pdf 22kb Introduction pdf 115kb ASPIRE Resource.

Childrenwithspecialedneeds1. Support Manual | Training. The Support Manual and Continuous Professional Development The Support Manual provides professional development and support in its own right. Additionally, however, a team of experienced practitioners can provide a wide range of related training aimed specifically at meeting the needs of all children, including those who require additional support. Local Authorities, schools and services do not need to have purchased the Manual to access this training. Since the needs of Authorities, schools and services vary, the training team can structure workshops to meet the training needs of each establishment.

Doran Review Report: ‘The Right Help at the Right Time in the Right Place.’ The Doran Review ‘identified a great deal of concern about the continued availability and affordability of professional training courses affecting teachers and educational psychologists. Suggested Workshops Your tutors are: Winifred Wood Has a lifetime of experience working in the education sector. Coral Bell Helen Legge.

NALDIC | EAL guidance | Ofsted and EAL. The progress and outcomes for EAL and bilingual pupils form part of Ofsted's inspection framework within the inspection regime which commenced in September 2012. Whilst the text of the Inspection Handbook frequently includes the phrase 'different groups of pupils currently on the roll of the school, including disabled pupils and those who have special educational needs and those for those for whom the pupil premium provides support', it needs to be recognised that 'different groups of pupils' is inclusive of EAL and ethnic minority pupils as well as other significant groups.

This is clarified on page 24 of the handbook: 98.Inspection is primarily about evaluating how well individual pupils benefit from their school. It is important to test the school’s response to individual needs by observing how well it helps all pupils to make progress and fulfil their potential. In the Subsidiary Guidance (Ofsted, 2012d), the following guidance is provided for inspectors : References. Eal-sen-trainingfile. Improving Access, Participation and Achievement. 8.Activity-Sheet-4-Monitoring-the-Role-Additional-Support.doc. Differentiation. 5.Activity-Sheet-3-Dependence-to-independence.doc. AA_AssessmentArrangementsExplained.