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High-Quality Teaching: Targeting Areas of Need

  • Online
  • Lancashire and West Yorkshire
  • 25 Feb 2021 (16:00 - 17:30)
mainstream
MLD
,
SLCN
,
SEMH
,
autism

This two-part webinar series will focus on how high-quality teaching, also known as quality-first teaching (QFT), can be targeted at identified areas of need. 

The two sessions will be aimed at mainstream subject leaders, class teachers and ITT students and will provide an insight into evidence-informed, high impact, low cost strategies and resources for the busy class teacher.

Part 1: Tuesday 23rd February, 16:00-17:30

  • This session will focus on High-Quality Teaching for students identified with Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD) and Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs (SEMH).

Part 2: Thursday 25th February, 16:00-17:30

  • This session will focus on High-Quality Teaching for students identified with Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN), including those on the Autism spectrum. 

 

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Suitable for: Newly Qualified Teacher, Teacher

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Meet your trainer

Nicole Dempsey

Nicole Dempsey is Assistant Principal for Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities and Safeguarding at Dixons Trinity Academy, a mainstream secondary free school in Bradford, West Yorkshire, as well as having a role supporting further development of equality and diversity across the Dixons Trust.  She is also a Deputy Regional SEND Lead, in the Lancashire and West Yorkshire region, for Whole School SEND, a consortium of organisations committed to enhancing the quality of education for learners with special educational needs and/or disabilities throughout England.  She writes about SEND and inclusion on her blog, inco14.wordpress.com, and tweets under the username @NDempseyDTA.