Retrieval practice and SEND
‘Retrieval practice’ refers to any strategy which prompts pupils to bring information from long term memory into short term or working memory; this process of recalling information helps to secure learning.
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Information - 04 March 2020 Member Only
This supportive guidance document can be used to support practitioners in recording the way that SEND and high learning potential interlink. It provides a starting point to review the needs of pupils with DME and is suitable for It is suitable for teachers, teaching assistants, learning mentors, schools and colleges.
Information - 24 February 2020 Member Only
Thanks to Lois Totton (Senior Lecturer, Stranmillis University College) and Dr Brenda Montgomery (Chair of the nasen Northern Ireland Advisory Group); this “Observing Learners” resource has been adapted to support educational professionals and practitioners in Northern Ireland. The resource provides guidance and suggestions about effective observation and how to use a range of observation techniques in a range of contexts to support learners including those with SEND.
Early Years Case Study: Supporting a Child with Cognition and Learning Needs (PMLD) and Physical Needs
Information - 11 February 2020 Member Only
In this case study we hear from Kath Dickinson, a Manager at ‘SEND to Learn’ Nursery in Blyth, Northumberland. Kath describes how she has worked to support a 2-year old child in her setting who has Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD) and physical needs.