Supporting Dual or Multiple Exceptional (DME) Learners

  • 10th Nov 2021
  • Online
  • Inclusion, SEND, Gifted and Talented, High Learning Potential, More Able
  • Spaces
  • Primary
  • Leadership, Teaching & Learning
  • Free For Partner Schools
  • Affiliate Schools Save 25%
  • Non-members From £50.00
Overview

Session 1: DME Learners and Identification: 10th November from 4pm – 5.15pm

In this session, participants will learn about the definition and characteristics of young people with dual or multiple exceptionality, including how to identify young people with DME.

Session 2: Understanding the Framework for Supporting DME Learners: 17th November from 4pm – 5.15pm

In this session, participants will learn about the framework that can be used to support the needs of DME learners to underpin their wellbeing and enable them to realise their potential.

Session 3: Creating Support Plans for DME Learners: 22nd November from 4pm – 5.15pm

In this session, participants will learn how to analyse the needs of individual DME learners and create a support plan based on identified needs using the framework covered in the previous session.

These interactive workshops will be delivered remotely via Zoom. Numbers are limited to 20 participants per session

About The Course

Session 1: DME Learners and Identification: 8th June from 4pm – 5.15pm

In this session, participants will learn about the definition and characteristics of young people with dual or multiple exceptionality, including how to identify young people with DME.

Session 2: Understanding the Framework for Supporting DME Learners: 15th June from 4pm – 5.15pm

In this session, participants will learn about the framework that can be used to support the needs of DME learners to underpin their wellbeing and enable them to realise their potential.

Session 3: Creating Support Plans for DME Learners: 22nd June from 4pm – 5.15pm

In this session, participants will learn how to analyse the needs of individual DME learners and create a support plan based on identified needs using the framework covered in the previous session.

These interactive workshops will be delivered remotely via Zoom. Numbers are limited to 20 participants per session

About the Programme Leader

Rebecca Howell Senior Education Consultant, Potential Plus UK Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Rebecca has overall responsibility for Potential Plus UK’s assessment service, advice service and professional development. She often works on the development of new services and improvements. In addition, she has founded and runs our online communities. Her background is in educational research and school leadership support. Rebecca is currently a Chair of Governors at The Hazeley Academy and a Trustee of the 5 Dimensions Multi-Academy Trust.

She is the parent of three children with high learning potential, two of whom have additional learning needs. Her eldest two have left home and are studying and working in Denmark.

In any free time she happens to find, Rebecca dances modern jive, blues and tango and enjoys attending events that incorporate those. She also likes travelling, reading, running, hiking and going to the theatre.

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Time / Venue
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Non-member Price
10th Nov 2021
04:00pm - 05:15pm
Available
£50.00
17th Nov 2021
04:00pm - 05:15pm
Available
£50.00
22nd Nov 2021
04:00pm - 05:15pm
Available
£50.00