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some web links about supporting pupils with SEN.
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Dyscalculia: Dyslexia for maths? - TES Special educational needs - Blog - TES Special educational needs - TES Community

Dyscalculia: Dyslexia for maths? - TES Special educational needs - Blog - TES Special educational needs - TES Community | SEN resource project | Scoop.it
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Teaching dyslexic children: spotting the signs and supporting your students

Teaching dyslexic children: spotting the signs and supporting your students | SEN resource project | Scoop.it
With many teachers not trained to spot dyslexia, Sally Bouwman shares her advice for detecting the disorder
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Autism Awareness Month: 6 Strategies For Teaching Students With Autism

Autism Awareness Month: 6 Strategies For Teaching Students With Autism | SEN resource project | Scoop.it
Autism Awareness Month: 6 Strategies For Teaching Students With Autism
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Teaching Students With Special Needs in Inclusive Classrooms

Teaching Students With Special Needs in Inclusive Classrooms | SEN resource project | Scoop.it
When teaching students with special needs in inclusive classrooms, many people employ team teaching techniques. Discover how kids with special needs often split their time with a homeroom and a...
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Tips to Engage and Guide Reluctant Students Toward Learning Goals | ASCD Inservice

Tips to Engage and Guide Reluctant Students Toward Learning Goals | ASCD Inservice | SEN resource project | Scoop.it
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Welcome to the TES special needs blog - TES Special educational needs - Blog - TES Special educational needs - TES Community

Welcome to the TES special needs blog - TES Special educational needs - Blog - TES Special educational needs - TES Community | SEN resource project | Scoop.it
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Teaching dyslexic children: spotting the signs and supporting your students

Teaching dyslexic children: spotting the signs and supporting your students | SEN resource project | Scoop.it
With many teachers not trained to spot dyslexia, Sally Bouwman shares her advice for detecting the disorder
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Dyslexia Information | Find out about Dyslexia | Being Dyslexic

Dyslexia Information | Find out about Dyslexia | Being Dyslexic | SEN resource project | Scoop.it
Being Dyslexic is a website for anyone with dyslexia, or anyone interested in finding out about dyslexia. Packed full of dyslexia information and the largest dyslexia forums on the internet.
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Daniel Willingham's Learning Styles FAQ

When I was first getting into education research (about 2005) I was surprised to find how many people--teachers and others--assumed that there was scientific evidence supporting learning styles. In...
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There's a nice Ypu tube video as well.  Follow the links to see what Prof Willingham has to say.

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The Benefits of Co-Teaching for Students with Special Needs

The Benefits of Co-Teaching for Students with Special Needs | SEN resource project | Scoop.it
We all know that a student with special needs has the right to a free and appropriate public education. This is mandated under the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA 2004). This law also state...
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Conor Mulheron's curator insight, May 6, 2013 4:11 AM

I like this because it gives a great view of a technique that can be very effective, it is important to see different ways how students with special needs can learn at school because everyone diserves a good education.

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Visual Prompts - Behaviour and Feelings - Resources - TES

Visual Prompts - Behaviour and Feelings - Resources - TES | SEN resource project | Scoop.it
A set of visual reminders, fans, posters and social stories, all in a simplified format and suitable for students who have autism. Includes resources that have symbols and photo support.
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loads of stuff on TES connect!

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