SEN112 – May/June 2021
The May-June issue is a packed publication with some fascinating articles, which we hope you’ll find stimulating and thought- provoking.
Talking of stimulation, have a look at Hester Anderiesen le Riche’s article on the benefits of stimulating play, and how there’s been a detrimental lack of play-stimulation during the pandemic. Professor Steve Chinn has some useful practical advice on teaching numeracy using visual images and materials. Roger Broadbent argues that government policy on dyslexia is failing children, and that the roots of this failure lie in the stigma associated with the condition.
Rosie Quayle gives a fascinating account of her techniques for developing fundamental language skills using play, and Mel Wood shares her experience of easing children’s sleep. If school refusal is a concern for you, have a look at Kat Williams’s article which she tackles the thorny topic of school trauma.
There are too many great articles to mention them all here, but we’d like to invite you to flip through and find something that sparks your interest.
We are always looking for more people to contribute articles to the magazine. So if you have something to write about we would be very interested from hearing from you at firstname.lastname@example.org
SEN editorial team
Features in SEN112 issue include:
- The importance of sleep
- Visualising data
- SEN Law
- Speech and language
- Self-directed learning
- SEN leadership
- Developmental delay disorder
PLUS CPDs, SEN News, book reviews and much more!
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