High Quality First Teaching to support students with SEND: Tier 2

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This suite of one-hour training sessions will build on the pedagogical knowledge discussed in Tier 1 (Spring 2021) to provide you with strategies that will support your planning to ensure SEND learners are fully included in learning experiences and able to make good or better progress. If you did not attend the Tier 1 training but would like to attend, please contact Lee.Boyce@bdsip.co.uk for further information to ensure you can participate fully in the Tier 2 training.

Description

Our ‘Recovery Curriculum’ is going to require us to adapt what we do and how we do it to maximise the potential for learning and progress for all.  The Universal Design for Learning offers a mechanism through which we can reconceptualise the way we plan learning to consider the needs of everyone in our classrooms, ensuring they feel included and able to participate. 

 

Why should I attend? 

  • I am committed to the inclusion of all students with additional needs. 

  • I want to plan more effectively to improve teaching and learning for all students with additional needs in my class. 

  • I want to ensure that students with additional needs are able to thrive and learn. 

  • I want to ensure that students with additional needs are able to make good or better progress. 

  • I want to develop a strategic action plan to develop High Quality First Teaching in my classroom or in every class in my setting. 

 

What will the course cover? 

Over the course of the first three sessions, we will look at the key components of the Universal Design for Learning to explore practical strategies that can be implemented in the classroom.  The three key elements we will explore are: 

  • Engagement – the Why of Learning 

  • Representation – the What of Learning 

  • Action and Expression – the How of Learning 

 

In the fourth session, we will work collaboratively to: 

  • identify the barriers to developing a culture of inclusion in our classrooms or across our settings. 

  • explore solution-focused approaches to removing those barriers by looking at ‘what’s possible’. 

  • develop an action plan for implementation in the Spring Term. 

 

Who should attend?

  • SENCO 
  • ARP Lead 
  • Teacher 

 

Cost: 

Pay as You Go - £50 per session

CPD Package - No charge 

 

 

 

Booking confirmation including access information and important pre-course information will be sent to you upon booking. 

 

Please check your junk inbox if you do not receive your booking confirmation and ensure you mark the sender as safe to enable you to receive any further pre-course information or changes.  

 

 

Contact information 

For specific enquiries about this course, please contact Lee.Boyce@bdsip.co.uk  

  

For general booking or CPD enquiries please contact CPDEvents@bdsip.co.uk  

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