Inclusive Practice in the Classroom

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This two-hour interactive session will look at the Standards v Inclusion debate, introducing the research and background of inclusion and following on to share best practice and look at strategies to encourage an inclusive classroom for all.

 

The session will look at:

·         Inclusion as a starting point

·         Developing an inclusive school and classroom in an environment where pupil achievement is measured so narrowly

·         Differentiation, TA intervention and pupil voice among others

 

Key issues:

·         Deployment of support staff

·         Planning and differentiation

·         Developing "Friendly classrooms" 

·         Improving interaction with parents

·         Encouraging pupil voice

 

This session will be delivered by Campbell Russell, Campbell was a SENCO and SMT in a High School with a reputation for being highly inclusive. More recently, he has been working as an Associate Lecturer at MMU delivering on both graduate and post graduate courses and is currently an examiner for the SENCO qualification.

 

 

Event date: 
Thursday, November 22, 2018 -
16:30 to 19:00
Region: 
North West
Location: 
Holiday Inn Ellesmere Port, Lower Mersey Street
Ellesmere Port CH65 2AL