How can I best support a child with ADHD in my classroom? We asked Associate Director, author and SEND expert Nina Jackson and this is what she had to say.
CPD Juke Box
Want some quick-fire CPD answering some of the most pressing questions in education today - then check out our new CPD Jukebox!
29 three- to five-minute videos
The Brain and Learning
Highlights of a fascinating and insightful conversation with paediatric neurologist Dr Andrew Curran all about the brain and learning.
Nina Jackson on Dyslexia - Highlights
Thinking Associate Nina Jackson with highlights from her CPD webinar about how teachers can help their students with strategies for dyslexia.
A Conversation About Going back to School With a Focus on SEND and Well-being
A conversation about going back to school with a focus on SEND and well-being with Independent Thinking Associate Nina Jackson and SEND specialist Lorraine Petersen.
A Conversation About Supporting Our Most Vulnerable Young Children
A conversation about supporting our most vulnerable young children with Associates Will Ryan and Dave Harris and class teacher and SENCO Beth Dawes.
Guest Blog - Sara Alston on Echo Teaching Part Three
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.
Guest Blog - Sara Alston on Echo Teaching Part Two
Part Two on the most - and least - effective use of your TA from guest blogger, SEND specialist Sara Alston.
Guest Blog - Sara Alston on Echo Teaching Part One
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.
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
Associate and behaviour specialist Adele Bates shares with us her expert thoughts on teaching students with emotional, behavioural and mental health challenges.
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