Time: 4.00p.m. – 5.30p.m.
Facilitators: Dr Julie Greer, SEND and Inclusion Specialist and author of Workload: Taking Ownership of your Teaching in NASBTT’s Essential Guides for Early Career Teachers book series
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) – How to Become a Teacher of All Children
Join Julie Greer, SEND and Inclusion Specialist, as she supports early career teachers to strengthen their teacher identity as teachers of all the children in their class. Julie will promote ways to have high expectations and high standards of all learners and share strategies for adapting teaching to meet the diverse needs within the classroom. The session will look at ways in which the graduated approach can benefit the learner and enhance the skills of the teacher.
Pre session reading
Please read Margaret Mulholland’s think piece from ‘Teaching needs adaptive expertise now more than ever’.
If you have time; Florian, L & Black-Hawkins, K (2011) Exploring inclusive pedagogy, in British Educational Research Journal, Vol. 37, No.5, October 2011, pp. 813–828. Please read highlighted passage, p820-822 in particular.