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This a strong text, covering a wide range of SEN topics. It provides a range of case studies and activities to apply learning.
Very useful text for ITE students
The is a comprehensive text with a number of practical ideas to support children who have been identified as needing support.
This book would be a useful tool for SENCos new to role. It gives a clear overview of some of the tensions and dilemmas within SEN education. Equally it gives specific information regarding specialist areas. A good introduction.
This is an excellent resource for students in ITE and practising teachers. It covers all aspects of SEND in a concise and practical manner. The Refelective tasks and the Practical tasks are useful for students but also as a basis for CPD and staff room discussion. The combined wealth of experience of the authors shines through in all aspects of the text!
An essential read for undergraduates on all of our routes. An accessible way into understanding how to support children with SEND.
Highly recommended to all students
I like the way that this book has been written. It easy to find your way about with interesting case studies and thought provoking tasks for the reader. There are also good references for further reading on the subject too.
Useful background reading and practical tips for practitioner
This is an excellent text especially for Year One students as it provides clear explanations of terms. Case studies, practical tasks and points for reflection are especially useful as this encourages discussion, reflection and evaluation of personal and professional expereinces and practice.
This book has been suggested for qualified teachers who are completing professional development with the university. It has been suggested to use this text to support the development of teachers.
A clear and up to date resource
This book provides very valuable advice to trainee teachers learning how to ensure they address the needs of all children effectively.
an incredibly accessible text, I can see many uses for it on many courses. Definitely one to have!
A very useful text for the Special Educational Needs and Inclusive Practice Foundation Degree. It is current and covers the Primary School age range. The focus is on behavioural, emotional and social needs. The case studies in particular will be very useful to encourage thinking and discussion.
Not as relevant to my modules as I had anticipated it might be.
A 'general' book that covers a breadth of SEND issues. I would have liked to see more of the underpinning theory in order to recommend this book beyond 'supplementary' reading, for example, on page 79 regarding multisensory teaching, it is correct that "all senses need to be stimulated" but I need my students to go beyond this and say why this is the case.
This text is extremely useful to other professionals as well as teachers, themselves. It gives an understanding of the issues and approaches used in supporting children with educational needs. For Occupational therapists working in this field, it gives invaluable information and insights.
A useful text which concisely articulates the different positions on inclusive education in current educational contexts.
A very comprehensive text especially in the light of recent changes to SEND provision. Very practical advise, accessible for my level 5 students.