Special Educational Needs in Practice has been revised so as to consider all professionals involved with working with children with special needs. This edition covers the role and responsibility of the SENCO, but also outlines procedures and suggests numerous strategies for everyone working in the field. It includes how to best support children with a wide range of different conditions, how to develop and manage you SEN policy in line with government requirements and how to utilise the resources and support available.There are up-to-date contacts and pages of helpful advice as well as new information on legislation, government guidelines and instruction. A comprehensive section on therapies has been added to introduce new ideas and concepts to encourage relaxation, creativity, concentration and imagination through exercise, touch, sound and experience.Working with the child on an Individual Education Plan (IEP) n The record sheet designed by the setting should contain details of ... Fulton, 1999). that the childa#39;s progress is reviewed every three months - it is important to keep an eye on him throughout that period. n The IEP can be changed at any time. n Be aware of the records of results - is a pattern emerging? ... pdf Collette Drifte n Always be patient.
|Title||:||Special Educational Needs in Practice (Revised Edition)|
|Author||:||Selena Ledgerton Cooper|
|Publisher||:||Andrews UK Limited - 2013-04-22|