This book sets out to help teachers assess pupils with profound and multiple learning difficulties, multisensory impairments and other complex needs in a relevant and meaningful way. It offers teachers structure, guidance and a holistic approach to assessment, target setting, planning, recording, attainment and pupil progress throughout his or her life at school.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Philosophy: towards of definition for PMLD; historical background and context of special education; statutory requirements and recent changes in the law school profile; acquisition of communication skills within a responsive environment; holistic, interdisciplinary assessment. Part 2 Principles: individual education plan; individual learning programme; records of attainment/core curriculum statements of attainment; mordaunt school curriculum; schemes of work and records of achievement; classroom organization; group lessons; initial assessment (this is me); baseline assessment.