To what extent is teaching shaped by an understanding of pedagogical theory?
‘Making SMSCD Special’ is an exciting collaboration between Culham St Gabriel’s Trust and Swiss Cottage Teaching School Alliance. It aims to build a vibrant Professional Learning Community around dialogues related to the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of children and young people with SEND.
A summary of the existing research from cognitive science related to how students learn and its practical implications for teaching and learning.
PSHE Association guidance funded by the Department for Education
Applying the principles of inclusive pedagogy in initial teacher education: from university based course to classroom action
How the key concepts of inclusive pedagogy have been embedded in a one-year initial teacher education course at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland
Educational provision and teaching approaches for children with Pathological Demand Avoidance Syndrome (PDA)
This webinar gives an overview of PDA and discusses strategies and techniques that can help teachers and SENCOs to support people with the disorder in the classroom.
This webinar looks at the differences in how autism presents in girls, examining the potential reasons why girls with autism are not being identified and the problems they may encounter at school as a result.
Following recommendations made in the Salt Review (DCSF, 2010), the TDA – the core functions of which have now become part of the Teaching Agency – commissioned this set of training resources.
By Barry Carpenter (former Director, DfE CLDD Project), Beverley Cockbill (Training Officer, SSAT‐UK), Debbie Wiggett (Class Teacher, Colmore Farm Junior School) and Jo Egerton (Research Project Co‐ordinator, SSAT‐UK)