Effective Interventions and Strategies for Pupils with SEND offers practical, tried-and-tested strategies for supporting and championing pupils with special educational needs and disabilities. Each strategy has been researched, trialled and reviewed, with the results presented accessibly and the concerns of real teachers a key focus of the discussion.
With each chapter written by an experienced and innovative teacher working with children with SEND, this book covers a wide range of strategies for supporting pupils with SEND. These effective strategies include:
Written for teachers by teachers, Effective Interventions and Strategies for Pupils with SEND is an indispensable resource for all SENCOs and other educators and staff working with children with special educational needs looking to provide the best learning experiences possible.
List of Contributors
Jane Starbuck and Gill Richards
Chapter 1 The Impact of Introducing Robust Monitoring of Interventions
Chapter 2 Does Embedding Anxiety-Reducing Strategies in the Classroom Improve Behavioural and Educational Outcomes for Children in Year 6?
Chapter 3 A Marked Improvement for Pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
Chapter 4 Increasing the Effectiveness of Teaching Assistant Support
Chapter 5 Becoming SEN Champions
Chapter 6 How does a Daily run Affect the Concentration, Attention and Behaviour of Children, Especially Those with ADHD and/or Behavioural Difficulties?
Chapter 7 Moving Up to ‘Big School’
Chapter 8 The Impact of Introducing ‘Key Adults’ to Support Children with Challenging Behaviour
Chapter 9 Improving the School’s Universal Provision in Accordance with Changes Outlined in the New Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice
Chapter 10 The Impact of the ‘Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Code of Practice: 0-25 Years’ on Relationships between SENCOs, Parents and Colleagues
With the current focus on ‘evidence-based practice’ within education settings and the growth of meaningful research activity in schools, all teachers increasingly need to become ‘research literate’. A View Into the Classroom is a unique series which offers easy access to education research for a wide range of teachers who want to understand more about issues that interest and challenge them. Written by and for practitioners and supported throughout with real-life case studies of success, books in this series will help any teacher gain insight into manageable research processes so that they can incorporate them into their own professional activities, enabling them to become more effective and more productive in the classroom, and with greater impact on their students.