Enabling Access: Effective Teaching and Learning for Pupils with Learning Difficulties
Barry Carpenter, Rob Ashdown, Keith Bovair
David Fulton, 2001 - Education - 357 pages
This edition has been extensively revised and updated in line with the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority guidelines on teaching children with severe and complex learning needs. The widely experienced editors and contributors to this book show how access to each subject of the curriculum can be provided for pupils with moderate to profound learning difficulties. They raise current debates and illustrate effective teaching ideas, and discuss strategies for providing a high quality education for these pupils and a celebration of their achievements. The editors also discuss the active involvement of parents and pupils in these processes.
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