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# 'The Teaching Challenge' is part of a Teachers TV series in which celebrities and experts go into classrooms to see what they can bring to education. This series demonstrated that some 'out there' thinking and a passion for a topic can really engage children. This programme focuses on Olympic champion Ade Adepitan MBE, as he teaches 12-year-olds the fundamentals of wheelchair basketball. He is...
People with Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD) tend to have significant restrictions in relation to their cognitive and/or intellectual capacities. These can co-exist with physical, sensory, social and/or emotional difficulties thus making it difficult for a child with SLD to follow the school curriculum without substantial support.
ttv special schools a multi sensory approach mini In this video, set in the Royal School for the Deaf in Manchester, a teacher works with pupils with severe communication difficulties and multiple learning disorders. A multi-sensory approach is used to develop pupils’ communication. ‘Objects of Reference’, picture exchange and co-active signing are some of the strategies the teacher uses with her pupils. Meanwhile, in a science class, we see how...
ltscotland using digital video to review and assess positive behaviour mini The resource [web page and video] is in 5 sections, with four video sections : Introduction page, Preparation [video extract], Learning aims page [video], The Lesson page [video] and Feedback page [video].The video shows a session at Dedridge Autism Base, a teacher and a nursery nurse are working with three boys with autism. First,they use a digital video camera to record the pupils’ interaction...
using animation to develop literacy skills mini A Broadband Publicity Video Created with DfES funding.” A four minute video exploring the educational benefits of making animated films, particularly for pupils within an all age special school, including examples of their work and some indication of what is involved.
ttv a day in the life of a senco mini A video highlighting the SENCo’s role in the inclusion agenda as promoted through the ethos of this setting.