Meeting Special Needs in Mainstream Schools: A Practical Guide for Teachers
This updated edition provides practical assistance to teachers and student teachers working with children with special educational needs in mainstream schools. It offers strategies for effective classroom organization and management in an easily accessible format.
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2 Children with differing abilities
3 Children with hearing and visual difficulties
4 Children with physical disabilities medical conditions and communication difficulties
5 Children with emotional and behavioural difficulties
6 Assessment of children with SEN
7 Curriculum planning
8 Classroom management
9 Developing reading skills
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