Children with Complex Needs

When a child has Complex Learning Needs , there is no ‘quick fix’. The teacher will need to investigate, explore, search , to find out more about the styles of learning that will be effective in truly engaging the child. This is a process of Inquiry , that goes hand in hand with evidence based practice.
This was an inherent component of the national Complex Learning Difficulties and Disabilities Research Project in the UK, – (

This new article by Dr Phyllis Jones and colleagues exemplifies how the process of Engagement , as the basis for effective pedagogy, links collaboratively with the Teacher process of Inquiry .

Article just published: Jones, P.; Churilla, I.; Demes, A.; Sadlo, R.; Sweeney, M.; & Pastore, H. (2015). Finding Ferdy: A Collaborative Inquiry About a Student with Complex Disabilities, The Canadian Journal for Teacher Research, 3,

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