ECT Programme: SEND in My Classroom 1: Managing/directing Additional Adults and Interventions

  • 9th Nov 2021
  • Online
  • SEND
  • Spaces
  • Primary
  • Leadership, Teaching & Learning
  • Partner Schools Save 50%
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  • Non-members From £80.00
Overview

Developing as a SEND practitioner / leader is an on-going journey throughout your career as a teacher. In this session, Anita Devi will share practical approaches to effectively managing and directing additional adults in the classroom to support all children. This will be undertaken by deconstructing the graduated approach to ensure additional adults are effectively deployed to enhance assessment and delivery of interventions.

“The class or subject teacher should remain responsible for working with the child on a daily basis. Where the interventions involve group or one-to-one teaching away from the main class or subject teacher, they should still retain responsibility for the pupil. They should work closely with any teaching assistants or specialist staff involved, to plan and assess the impact of support and interventions and how they can be linked to classroom teaching.”

0-25 years SEND Code of Practice, DfE 2015 (6.52 p101)

About The Course

Developing as a SEND practitioner / leader is an on-going journey throughout your career as a teacher. In this session, Anita Devi will share practical approaches to effectively managing and directing additional adults in the classroom to support all children. This will be undertaken by deconstructing the graduated approach to ensure additional adults are effectively deployed to enhance assessment and delivery of interventions. ​ ​ “The class or subject teacher should remain responsible for working with the child on a daily basis. Where the interventions involve group or one-to-one teaching away from the main class or subject teacher, they should still retain responsibility for the pupil. They should work closely with any teaching assistants or specialist staff involved, to plan and assess the impact of support and interventions and how they can be linked to classroom teaching.” ​ 0-25 years SEND Code of Practice, DfE 2015 (6.52 p101)

Book link https://www.teamadl.uk/e-store.php

"This book is written for a practitioner by a practitioner so it is very useful as an immediate reference book and to get quick answers that can be explored in school thus ensuring high quality support for students. I now have a battered much thumbed copy in paperback….Once you are familiar with the layout of the book, this comes with use, it’s a quick easy and accessible book to navigate – 105 pages.

The fonts used and diagrams are easy on the eye…In the appendices there are useful analytical tools, these can be adapted and or developed to suit your own schools and pupils needs. This I found useful as primer for whole departmental CPD...Should it be on your shelf or in the briefcase – yes."

Dr Morris Charlton Ex Special School Head, HMI, Educational Consultant, lecturer and Union Officer

About the Programme Leader

TeamADL led by Anita Devi

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9th Nov 2021
01:00pm - 03:00pm
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£80.00