The purpose of this sensory processing disorder checklist is to help parents and professionals who interact with children become educated about particular signs of sensory processing dysfunction. It is not to be used as the absolute diagnostic criteria for labeling children with sensory processing disorder. But rather, as an educational tool and checklist for your own knowledge.
Use these visual cue cards to non-verbally communicate with students who have behavior or attention issues.
Also, have students who have behavior or emotional issues to use them with you! Great for promoting self-regulation and self-awareness.
This resource is used to train teachers in what is special educational needs and the different categorises of the new Code of Practice.
The aim of the training is to:
have an understanding of what is meant by SEND
understand the different areas of SEND
identify some of the key changes in the code of practice
This is a series of training sessions- this is 1 of 2 sessions.
This resource is lesson 2 of training on special educational needs and the changes to the Code of Practice
The key areas that are focused on for teacher training is:
To understand the changes to the Code of Practice
To understand the Assess-plan-review- do model
to identify the different ways for differentiation
Resource is in a powerpoint form with videos where applicable.
A set of cards for individual SEN with ideas and pointers for teaching staff/classroom assistants for helping pupils with special educational needs. Includes ADHD/ADD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, SEBD, SpLD, ASD, Dyscalculia, Hearing/Visual Impairments and strategies for classroom assistants. Designed to be printed on to coloured card and given to staff to give ideas for strategies to help pupils on the SEN register and for achieving Education Plan targets and can be used for evidence gathering. Editable and can be customised for your own school use.