Inclusion and How to Do It
Meeting SEN in Primary Classrooms
There are greater numbers of children with SEN now attending mainstream schools - some of them with quite significant difficulties such as Down's Syndrome and autism.
This book explains the challenges these children face and how teachers and support staff can ease their way. Differentiation is covered in detail, with practical guidance on how to make the curriculum accessible to the "hard to teach" children.
Title: Inclusion and How to Do It
Author: Sue Briggs
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