Are you working with students who have Moderate Learning Difficulties?
Do you want to know how best to help them?
Are you confused about what helps and what hinders?
Learners with MLD form one of the largest categories of special educational need in mainstream secondary schools. In most schools, the vast majority of learners with MLD will be taught in mainstream classes much of the time. This book outlines a range of strategies and approaches for supporting these learners. It includes all the vital information practitioners need to know about Moderate Learning Difficulties. Key points covered include:
Understanding and Supporting Pupils with Moderate Learning Difficulties in the Secondary School provides an introduction to a wide range of ideas, arguments and perspectives about ways of understanding and supporting learners who are considered to have MLD. This is a much-needed source of knowledge for teachers, TAs, SENCos, Learning Mentors and anyone who supports children and young people with moderate learning difficulties and provides an honest and accessible approach.
1. What is MLD and why does it matter? 2. What do the learners think – and why should we listen? 3. Wouldn’t it be better if they had some more time in Learning Support? 4. How do we learn? 5. What do learners bring to the table and how can we plug the gaps? 6. What do teachers need to do to personalise and differentiate their learning environment? 7. What Next?" - Next Steps, Summary and Conclusions
The nasen spotlight series provides practical guidance and tried-and-tested resources for all schools and professionals involved in supporting Special Educational Needs. Written by leading experts and covering a wide range of important issues relating to SEN, the books include accessible explanations and examples of best practice, as well as tools and techniques that you can use to improve provision in school. Several new books are published each year to reflect your changing professional needs, and the whole series is brought to you by nasen, the leading organisation representing SEN professionals.