Part Three of a guest blog from Sara Alston looking at how teachers can make better use of the TA in the classroom when they move beyond the 'echo teaching' model.
Echo Teaching II
Part Two on the most - and least - effective use of your TA from guest blogger Sara Alston.
Echo Teaching I
As part of our INSET Junction project we asked for a guest blog from SEND and safeguarding specialist Sara Alston. This is part one on her thoughts about getting the best out of the Teaching Assistants in our classrooms.
When This Is All Over...
Education consultant and SEND specialist Lorraine Petersen shares her thoughts on the challenges thrown up for SEND children and their teachers and families in the current crisis - and also the opportunities for real positive change. Part of our INSET Junction blog series.
What is Trauma-Informed Education and Why is it Relevant to You?
A powerful and insightful guest blog on what all teachers need to know about trauma-informed education by specialist teacher and researcher Kat Stern.
Teaching Students with Emotional, Behavioural and Mental Health Difficulties
Guest writer Adele Bates shares with us her expert thoughts on teaching students with emotional, behavioural and mental health challenges. Part of our INSET Junction blog series.
Answering the Call. Again.
Long-time Associate and 'Granny with a Camera' Jane Hewitt's life has taken a few unexpected turns in recent years. Here's is the latest, as the charity she helped set up does its bit in the fight against Coronavirus.
Vectoring Assets to Kinetic Situations
Cutting through the rubbish - the words we use make a big difference to the outcomes we end up with
If your knees aren’t dirty you haven’t been working hard enough
Making sure we focus on what's important in school, not just what makes us look good
10 Things I Love About Being Dyslexic
Written by Ian Gilbert’s 19 year-old ‘dyslexic’ daughter to help with the current debate about what it is, and whether it is at all.
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