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Becoming a Higher Level Teaching Assistant: Primary Special Educational Needs
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Becoming a Higher Level Teaching Assistant: Primary Special Educational Needs



March 2006 | 128 pages | Learning Matters
Investigating topics such as inclusion and special educational or additional educational needs, this book provides excellent support for teaching assistants working towards Higher Level Teaching Assistant status, as well as those undertaking the Foundation Degree in Teaching and Learning. It contains direct links to the National Curriculum and HLTA Standards, along with case studies, practical tasks and self-assessment questions which allow trainees to demonstrate their own awareness and understanding of special educational needs.
 
Introduction
 
Meeting the Standards for the Higher Level Teaching Assistant
 
Statutory frameworks
 
Individual education plans
 
Planning for inclusion
 
Overcoming barriers to learning
 
Multisensory learning and teaching
 
Assessment
 
Working in partnership
 
Pupil involvement
 
Index

"At last a clearly set out practical text on supporting special / particular needs. Thank you!" (Lecturer, Wiltshire College)


Great for Curriculum Activities and Families module

Mrs Louise Webber
Please select your department, Please select your institution
September 23, 2013

Superb text which supports learners on the FDaLS programme, and those pursuing HLTA status through work based learning.

Miss Emma Baxter
School of Care, Ystrad Mynach College
September 27, 2012

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