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Teaching SEN abroad

Matthew Lee on what SEN professionals should know before making the move to international schooling. If you are looking at applying for an international SEN...

When phonics fails

Deborah Salsbury favours a balanced approach to teaching reading, incorporating elements of both phonics and a whole-language approach. "It's not your fault you can't read"...

Teaching Dyslexic Students: Theory and Practice

Lynn Lovell is head of Professional Practice at the British Dyslexia Association. She has completed an MA in Specific Learning Difficulties with a focus...

Support for collective action

Nic Ponsford offers six practical tips on embracing inclusion. The fight for inclusion should be a collective effort that recognises the power of a united...

Success builds successful learners

Sarah Singleton on precision teaching for accelerating learning. Precision teaching is a research-based intervention often highly recommended by educational psychologists and specialist teachers to help...

Tutoring and Pathological Demand Avoidance

Lucy Spencer demonstrates the potential of school-led or home-based tutoring for children with SEND and explores the benefits of this personalised approach for pupils...

Getting teaching right

Colin May offers guidance and advice to SEN teachers and support workers, identifying the key elements of successful teaching practice. Over the past 40 years,...

Exploring Science with Dyslexic Children and Teens: Creative, multi-sensory ideas, games...

Diana Hudson has taught science in secondary school for over 35 years. She has training and experience in working with neurodiverse students and has...

Sustaining the needs of the 21st century educators

Feliciea Jibson and Josianne Pisani discuss the need for professional support tools for SEN learners, to help reduce the high turnover in the teaching profession and provide...

The hidden challenges faced by disabled teachers

Determined to lift the lid on disability, teacher Valenee Gosine discusses the impact of her GNE Myopathy diagnosis upon her profession with Karen Olney. There’s a resounding sense...

Book Reviews

Neurodiversity and Education

The authors of this publication combine extensive experience in the fields of education, neurodiversity, teacher training, tutoring and consultancy. Paul Ellis broadcasts regularly on...

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