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27 Jul 2020
Lesson Study (LS) is an approach originally developed in Japan with over a century of use in teacher professional development, to examine teaching practice to improve teaching and learning. The research and practice basis (including practice guidelines) for adapting it for use in special needs and inclusive teaching are available at this link:
Report - All regions - 06 Jul 2020
This report identifies different forms of exclusion internationally, how they are caused and what we can do about them. Its core recommendation, for all education actors to widen their understanding of inclusive education to include all learners, no matter their identity, background or ability, comes at an opportune time as the world seeks to rebuild back more inclusive education systems.
All regions - 09 Jan 2020
Accountability, performance management and inspection: how to enable positive responses to diversity? is the January 2020 policy paper from the SEN Policy Research Forum.
Other - All regions - 06 May 2019
This seminar focused on admissions, meeting pupil needs and achieving positive outcomes and exclusions, formal and informal. The aim was to examine questions about future options.
Training resource - All regions - 07 Mar 2019
nasen has produced a suite of resources to support Early Years practitioners to work effectively with children with SEND. The resources include webcasts, miniguides, online training and CPD materials. They can be accessed via the nasen website.
All regions - 27 Nov 2018
This paper addresses the question 'what can we learn from policy and practice in other countries?'
All regions - 15 Jun 2018
This paper discusses changes in SEN and disability provision, pressures on ordinary schools and parental choice, providing a review of inclusive education and its prospects.
Training resource - All regions - 10 May 2017
Supporting children on the autism spectrum: Guidance for practitioners in the Early Years Foundation Stage
Report - 16 Nov 2016
This policy paper from the SEN PRF considers parental confidence and the impact of legislation on SENCOs, schools and local authorities.
Report - 19 Oct 2016
In this policy paper from the SEN Policy Research Forum, leading experts in SEND discuss current issues, including involving schools and families in commissioning, educational psychology and Alternative Provision. Some creative solutions are detailed.