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Pinpointing how to improve teachers’ inclusion practice

A new framework for professional reflection on SEND, involving coaching, has won over Matt McArthur – who found the process useful and theraputic

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Schools are busy places, so finding the time for genuine reflection on your teaching can be difficult. It can also be hard to know where to start: are we as truly self-critical as we perhaps should be?

So, when I was offered the chance to pilot the SEND Reflection Framework, created by the Whole School SEND consortium (see bit.ly/SENDreflection), I jumped at it. It was a chance not just to review my teaching, but to do so with specific attention to SEND. And having been through the process, I am certain that this structured self-reflection on the teaching of children with SEND should be a key ...

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