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

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Taylor & Francis, Sep 18, 2003 - Education - 96 pages
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Written in the context of recent legislation in England and guidance to schools, this is a practical handbook for learning support assistants and teachers working with them. It can be used to ensure that: support assistants know what to expect of colleagues and colleagues know what to expect from support assistants; children are given the best support possible by support assistants who understand the nature of their needs; support assistants and teachers work together effectively to support the child with special needs; and that training is relevant an helpful.

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