ASE - Success with SEND

29 February 2024
14:00 - 16:00

This pair of workshops will introduce you to scaffolding for your learners with SEND, hosted by experienced professional development leaders.

 

Event Type: 
Online event
Workshop
11-19 Teachers
BGE (Broad General Education)
Early Career Teachers
NQT ( Newly Qualified Teacher)
Primary
Senior Phase
SLT
Student Teacher
Beds, Herts and Cambs
London
North East London & Essex (Essex, Newham, Waltham Forest, Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge)
Delivery content

Adaptive teaching 2:00 – 3:00pm

What do we mean by adaptive teaching?  Meeting the needs of all learners in your group - how to scaffold for success.  Rob will share with you some tried and tested strategies that you can use with your own learners in science lessons.

Outcome

You will be able to implement strategies to support your SEND learners to access science lessons and make progress.

Rob Butler CSciTeach, is an ex-special school science teacher and now experienced PDL for the Science Learning Partnership network. https://www.linkedin.com/in/fiendishlyclever/

Adaptive Thinking Frames - 3.05-4.00pm

What are thinking frames? How can they support my SEND learners, all my learners? We will discuss the purpose of thinking frames as a tool for guiding and supporting your SEND Pupils though their science learning.  We will learn how they can benefit all of our class by breaking down the key learning for teachers and pupils.

Outcome

You will create and use your own thinking frame.

Kulvinder Kaur Johal CSciTeach, is a Regional mentor for London and the Se working for the PSTT and an experienced PDL for the Science Learning Partnership network.