Applying approaches to special educational needs

Language level:CEFR B1

Time:36 hours

Start date:03/10/17

Register for Applying approaches to special educational needs and take part in a course covering a wide range of learner needs that will help you immediately use inclusive practices with all your groups.


Description

Work with your moderator and other participants to look at how to build an understanding of Special Educational Needs into your classroom practice. Work through 12 modules covering a wide range of needs.

The modules in this course fall under the professional practice Using inclusive practices. This includes:

  • Recognising and valuing diversity among my learners
  • Using pedagogical strategies that encourage inclusive education within a supportive learning environment.
  • Supporting my learners in identifying, addressing and assessing realistic individual learning goals based on reasonable adjustment.
  • Being aware of my beliefs and how they can impact on establishing and maintaining an Inclusive learning environment.
  • Assessing individual learners in a variety of ways that allow them to demonstrate the progress they are making.
  • Treating all my learners equitably and with respect.
  • Developing positive attitudes towards diversity in my learners.
  • Involving parents, learners and other relevant individuals in creating an inclusive learning environment.
  • Reflecting on how inclusive my learning environment is and taking steps to improve it.

To pass the course you need to score at least 70% in online exercises. You also need to contribute to online forum discussions and webinars (online workshops that take place in real time), to demonstrate your application of course content in your teaching. The weighting of each part of the course is: 50 % module completion; 20 % forum participation; 15% assignments and 15% live sessions.


Activities:Type
Getting started
Unit 1 – Introductions
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Unit 2 – Collaborative tools
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Unit 3 – Reflective practice
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Understanding SEN
Unit 1 – Introduction to SEN
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Unit 2 – Models for SEN
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Unit 3 – Differentiation
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Engaging with SEN - dyslexia
Unit 1 – Strengths and weaknesses
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Unit 2 – Dyslexia
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Unit 3 – Dyslexia
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Engaging with SEN - attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Unit 1 – Impact of ADHD on learning
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Unit 2 – Frameworks for understanding ADHD
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Unit 3 – Learning skills with ADHD
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Engaging with SEN - dyspraxia
Unit 1 – Indicators of dyspraxia
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Unit 2 – Dyspraxia
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Unit 3 – Dyspraxia
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Engaging with SEN - visual, hearing and physical impairment
Unit 1 – Physical impairment
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Unit 2 – Visual impairment
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Unit 3 – Hearing impairment
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Engaging with SEN - gifted and talented learners
Unit 1 – Identifying gifted and talented learners
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Unit 2 – Characteristics and intensities
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Unit 3 – Challenging gifted and talented learners
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Engaging with SEN - inclusive assessment approaches
Unit 1 – Understanding learners with SEN
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Unit 2 – Assessment for learning
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Unit 3 – Tools and strategies
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Engaging with SEN - autism spectrum disorder
Unit 1 – Recognising autism spectrum disorder
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Unit 2 – Social rules
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Unit 3 – Working with strengths
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Engaging with SEN - social, emotional and behavioural difficulties
Unit 1 – Engaging with SEN – social, emotional and behavioural difficulties (SEBD)
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Unit 2 - Engaging with SEN – social, emotional and behavioural difficulties (SEBD)
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Unit 3 – Engaging with SEN – social, emotional and behavioural difficulties (SEBD)
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Engaging with SEN - speech and language
Unit 1 - Engaging with SEN - speech and language
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Unit 2 - Engaging with SEN - speech and language
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Unit 3 - Engaging with SEN - speech and language
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Engaging with SEN - multicultural influences
Unit 1 – Internationally mobile children
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Unit 2 – Internationally mobile children
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Unit 3 – Internationally mobile children
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Overview
Type:Learning path
Enrolment
Price:£250.00
* Prices in British pounds