From teacher to SENCo: You know how to do it in your classroom, but how do you get them to do it in their classroom?
It's all very well being an effective SEN practitioner in your own classroom: you can research the needs of the different types of SEN that crop up and change your practice accordingly, and you have an intuitive idea of how to provide an inclusive classroom.
But now, you've got to be an expert on all the different SEN needs in the whole school, and you've got to show OFSTED and the Headteacher that you are on top of the progression of pupils that you don't actually see on a day to day basis.
This course looks at the differences between doing it yourself and enabling others to do it, and includes:
- managing effective IEPs
- inspiring the classroom practice of others
- using data to monitor and improve progression
- using outside agencies to support your school
- dealing with OFSTED and governors
This course is designed for the new in post SENCo, or for those who have been in post a while, but are frustrated by the impact they are having. It would also be of benefit for those considering applying for the role but unsure of whether it is for them.
This half day seminar available in London on Saturday 22nd September, 2012, presentation by Jane Borgeaud
£85 including VAT and registration fee
Registration at 10am seminar ends at 1pm
Comments from previous attendees:
"Brilliant session... enhanced my confidence"
"Very well presented, very informative"
"Excellent: Comprehensive and informative"
One to One Counselling sessions can also be arranged by appointment. Please contact email@example.com for costs and availability
Cancellation policy: cancellation 7 days prior to the event 50%, thereafter no refund although a transfer to another course may be arranged when possible.
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