A Handbook for Learning Support Assistants: Teachers and Assistants Working Together

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David Fulton, 2003 - Education - 92 pages
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This practical handbook, written in the context of recent legislation and guidance to schools, contains the information which learning support assistants and teachers working with them need to know. The author provides a thorough description of the roles and responsibilities of the assistant and the different types of special educational needs which can be met, making it an ideal textbook for training as well as a useful classroom handbook. It aims to help the assistant, teacher and the whole school to work more effectively together in supporting the child with special needs.

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