Chair of the Rochford Review Endorses Complex Needs Book

Diane Rochford, the Chair of the Government’s Review on Assessment for children with SEND, has endorsed the popular book:

“Engaging Learners with Complex Learning Difficulties and Disabilities:A resource book for teachers and teaching assistants, (Routledge)”

“In the light of Government reforms in the assessment of children with SEND this is extremely timely. The book is profoundly significant in that it does what teaching was meant for and that is to place the child at the heart of learning”

– Diane Rochford

Acknowledging that the book is being widely used by Teachers and others in a variety of settings , the publishers are offering a 20% discount for a limited period. (see below):

This book is available to purchase direct from Routledge:

https://www.routledge.com/Engaging-Learners-with-Complex-Learning-Difficulties-and-Disabilities/Carpenter-Egerton-Cockbill-Bloom-Fotheringham-Rawson-Thistlethwaite/p/book/9780415812740

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Engaging Learners with Complex Learning Difficulties and Disabilities
Engaging Learners with Complex Learning Difficulties and Disabilities. A resource book for teachers and teaching
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Mental Health; the use of ‘Books Beyond Words’ for promoting Emotional Well Being in children with Learning Disabilities

Mental Health ; the use of Books Beyond Words for promoting Emotional Well Being in children with Learning Disabilities

Books Beyond Words - Thumbnail article image Annie Grant looks at how book clubs for older readers with learning disabilities are promoting good mental health and wellbeing

 

 

 

 

 

 

Understanding, Emotions and Books Beyond Words: A neuroscience perspective

These companion articles from the SEND journal , written by Barry Carpenter, Jo Egerton and Stas’ Samagala, are relevant to schools and settings in this time of evolving educational approaches and interventions to support children and young people’s mental health and emotional well being. As the title suggests current thinking for neuroscience is applied to the rich range of narrative based resources in the ‘Beyond Words’ series of books and on line materials.

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Understanding, Emotions and Books Beyond Words: A Neuroscience Perspective - Page 12 SEND Magazine

Understanding, Emotions and Books Beyond Words: A Neuroscience Perspective - Page 20 SEND Magazine 2016