|Price||£450 per week|
|January||29th – 2nd Feb|
|February||5th – 9th|
|March||5th – 9th 12th – 16th|
|May||14th – 18th 21st – 25th|
|July||2nd – 6th9th – 13th|
|August||13th – 17th 20th – 24th|
|October||8th – 12th 15th – 19th|
The Inclusion and Special Needs course looks at innovative and student centred approaches to teaching special needs learners within a normal classroom environment.
Teachers will come to understand the issues facing these learners and ways to help involve them in a mainstream learning environment.
The programme includes the opportunity to visit a state school with integrated special needs and observe lessons, followed by discussions with experienced teachers and school managers. Guest speakers will also be invited to help you gain insight into Special Education in the UK.
The course is aimed at teachers who want to know how to best include special needs learners in the classroom and share lesson ideas and activities with other teachers from around the world.
Please note, this course is for mainstream education teachers, not for SEN specialists.
The Special Needs Programme is designed for teachers who want to know how to best work with special needs learners and share lesson ideas and activities with other teachers from around the world.
Being a methodology course, references will be made to most of the latest methodologies. The focus of this course will be innovative and student-centred approaches to teaching special needs learners.
After the course, participants will be able to design lessons and activities that are motivating, challenging and effective.
The course is hands-on and interactive, enabling participants to be fully immersed in the subject matter. Trainer-led sessions use the techniques and approaches being discussed so that the practical application of methods can be experienced within the programme. This is supported by in-depth discussion group work.
Participants will build up a bank of ideas to take back to their countries. Throughout the course, participants will be encouraged to experiment and think “outside the box“.
Case studies of different education needs learners throughout the course will include Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADHD, Speech and Language Difficulties, Visual, Hearing and Physical Impairment, Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, Gifted Learners.
Please note the exact course content can vary depending on the needs and levels of the groups. We try our best to tailor our courses to offer the best benefit for other students.
Different types of SEN
Categories- different types of SEN. Identifying characteristics of different types of SEN learners
How to recognise SEN
Inclusive teaching strategies:
Differentiation- different ways and techniques to differentiate instructions, content, assessment, etc
Workshop- case studies and developing action plans
Including SEN students in the mainstream classroom
This session will be confirmed on arrival by the end of the first week
Depending on the level of English and the needs of the participants, the theme and the content of this session will be negotiated between the participants and the trainer
Participants will return to their home countries with a deeper insight and renewed enthusiasm for their profession.
They will also receive:
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