Webcasts

What is a webcast?

Webcasts are short, on-demand training videos which can be accessed at any time. nasen produce regular webcasts to help busy education professionals to understand all aspects of effective practice in SEND.

Webcasts are available to all Silver and Gold nasen members.

Ideas for using the nasen webcasts

nasen webcasts are between 3-10 minutes in duration and offer another type of learning experience. As well as using them for your own professional development, you could use a webcast within a CPD session or staff meeting, perhaps to reinforce a particular aspect of provision or SEND-specific practice.

Webcasts could also form part of SENCO network meetings where peers consider topics such as school self-evaluation of SEND, assessment tools and data analysis across their group of schools.

It is important to us that our resources are just what you need so please tell us what you think about our webcasts by completing our survey.

Tell us how you have used the nasen webcasts. We'd love to hear how you have made use of our nasen webcasts. Tell us via e-mail or publish your experience on the SEND Gateway as a school example.

Webcasts

 

SEND Casework Award: Huddersfield Online Workshop - October 2020

23 October 2020

This resource is only available to delegates that attended the online SEND Casework Award: Huddersfield workshop in October 2020.

An overview of the latest SEN data

23 October 2020

This session will examine what the DfE SEN data release tells us, how to access more local data and how to interpret and use this data to inform your approach to SEND and benefit your pupils.

My life living with Asperger's

23 October 2020

"My Life Living with Asperger’s” talk is all about what it is like to live, work and go to school with Asperger’s.

The identification of SEN post-lockdown

23 October 2020

This session will examine the longer-term impacts that the lockdown may have had on the identification of SEN how these can be managed. 

SEND Casework Award: Newcastle Online Workshop - October 2020

23 October 2020

This resource is only available to delegates that attended the online SEND Casework Award: Newcastle workshop in October 2020.

Identifying SEN in the Early Years: partnership is key.

23 October 2020

Dr Helen Curran's session will be based on her recent Early Years report, which explored the process of identifying SEN in early years settings, from the perspective of the SENCO including their working relationship with children, parents, staff and other relevant individuals.

Using Sensory Strategies in the Classroom

23 October 2020

In this short presentation Kim will introduce the concept of arousal and how sensory strategies can be used to support learning and focus in the classroom.

Verbal dyspraxia and the affects of a speech and language disorder in the classroom

23 October 2020

In this video Mikey Akers talks about verbal dyspraxia and how living with a speech disorder affects children’s time in the classroom.

Inclusive Education: theory, policy and practice

23 October 2020

This session explores the definition of Inclusive Education: access, participation and success of all learners in education.

How to deliver SEND CPD that transforms practice: Case studies and practical examples

23 October 2020

This session explores how to use research principles of effective CPD to transform practice in school settings.  

Finders keepers – identifying and supporting children with SLCN

23 October 2020

Providing answers to key questions about SLCN incidence and impact, this presentation also examines identification and support approaches for educators of all ages of children and young people with SLCN.

SEND Casework Award: Hampshire Online Workshop - October 2020

22 October 2020

This resource is only available to delegates that attended the online SEND Casework Award: Hampshire workshop in October 2020. This resource includes the recording delivered during the workshop. To access you must be logged into your nasen account.

How can SENCOs respond to the COVID lockdown and transition back to school? Repeat

16 June 2020

FREE WEBINAR RECORDING ACCESS. Do you want to plan a successful transition back to school for pupils with SEND? This free webinar is suitable for SENCOs and members of SLT who want to plan a successful transition back to school for their pupils with SEND.

An Introduction to Special Educational Needs (SEND) Session 2

10 June 2020

This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk. Do you want a solid foundation of knowledge about SEND? This course is suitable for anyone new to education including trainee teachers, NQTs, TAs and everyone else with an interest in this area.

 

Gold member webcasts

 

Cognitive load and SEND Webinar recording

14 October 2020

This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk. This webinar is suitable for SENCOs, teachers and support staff who would like to understand how cognitive load theory relates to SEND

Effective support for children and young people with SEND - session 4

14 October 2020

This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk. This webinar will be suitable for anyone in a support role in schools or other settings who wants to develop their practice for children and young people with SEND.

Governance of SEND, tier 1

13 October 2020

This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk. Jointly developed by nasen and the National Governance Association, this webinar is for new governors or trustees, particularly new SEN governors, or those wishing to learn more about SEND

An introduction to ADHD webinar recording

13 October 2020

This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk. This webinar is suitable for SENCOs, teachers and support staff who would like an overview of the basics of ADHD

An introduction to SEND Session 2

8 October 2020

This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk. This webinar is suitable for anyone new to education including trainee teachers, NQTs, TAs and everyone else with an interest in this area.

Effective support for children and young people with SEND: session 3

7 October 2020

This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk. This webinar will be suitable for anyone in a support role in schools or other settings who wants to develop their practice for children and young people with SEND.

Strategic Development for SENCOs: Part 1 webinar recordings - Session 3

7 October 2020

This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk. This webinar is suitable for any new or less experienced SENCOs who want to learn more about what the role entails.

An introduction to dyslexia

7 October 2020

This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk. This webinar is suitable for SENCOs, teachers and support staff who would like an overview on the basics of dyslexia.

An introduction to dyspraxia

5 October 2020

This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk. This webinar is suitable for SENCOs, teachers and support staff who would like an overview on the basics of dyspraxia.

An introduction to SEND webinar

1 October 2020

This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk. This webinar is suitable for anyone new to education including trainee teachers, NQTs, TAs and everyone else with an interest in this area.

High Quality Teaching to support pupils with SEND - Part 1: Session 3

1 October 2020

This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk. This webinar is suitable for teachers that are new to the profession (NQTs, RQTs etc) and those less confident in their approach to SEND, who want to understand SEND better

An overview of the latest SEN data - webinar recording

24 September 2020

This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk. This webinar will be suitable for SENCOs, headteachers and other leaders who wish to secure a deeper understanding of national data and its implications for their school or setting.

High Quality Teaching to support pupils with SEND - Part 1: Session 2

24 September 2020

This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk. This webinar is suitable for teachers that are new to the profession (NQTs, RQTs etc) and those less confident in their approach to SEND, who want to understand SEND better

Strategic Development for SENCOs: Part 1 webinar recordings - Session 2

23 September 2020

This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk. This webinar is suitable for any new or less experienced SENCOs who want to learn more about what the role entails.

An introduction to DME webinar recording

17 September 2020

This free webinar funded by Comino Foundation, is suitable for SENCOs, SLTs and other school staff who are interested in finding out more about DME.

High Quality Teaching to support pupils with SEND - Part 1: Session 1

17 September 2020

This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk. This webinar is suitable for teachers that are new to the profession (NQTs, RQTs etc) and those less confident in their approach to SEND, who want to understand SEND better

Effective support for children and young people with SEND: Session 1

16 September 2020

This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk. This webinar will be suitable for anyone in a support role in schools or other settings who wants to develop their practice for children and young people with SEND.

The identification of SEN post lock down

3 September 2020

FREE WEBINAR RECORDING ACCESS. This free webinar is suitable for SENCOs, SLT and teachers across all phases who want to consider how the lockdown may affect the identification of SEN.

How can teachers support the transition back to school for pupils with SEND?

2 July 2020

This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk. For all education staff who want to help ensure a positive transition back to school for pupils with SEND after the lockdown, this live webinar will cover aspects of mental health and wellbeing and how we might need to adapt our usual approaches.

Governance of SEND: Part 1

24 June 2020

This webinar recording is only available to those who paid to attend the live webinar. If you would like to find out how you can access this recording email: cpd@nasen.org.uk. For new governors or trustees, or those who want to learn more about SEND, this live webinar will cover what SEND is, and what the responsibilities of governors and trustees are, including the named governor for SEND.