ONLINE - Inclusive Computing Special - Supporting and including SEND learners
Tuesday May 12, 2020 from 4:00PM to 5:00PM
We will discuss a range of simple approaches for supporting and including learners with SEND in computing lessons, and signpost a number of useful resources around SEND Computing. This is suitable for all teachers of computing, whether primary or secondar
|We will discuss a range of simple approaches for supporting and including learners with SEND in computing lessons, and signpost a number of useful resources around SEND Computing. This is suitable for all teachers of computing, whether primary or secondary, in mainstream or special schools.|
|Catherine is the SEND lead for the Sheffield eLearning Service http://sheffieldclc.net), and she has spent the last 5 years working on ways to make computing accessible for all learners. She is a member of the CAS Include working group, and co-leader of the Sheffield and South Yorkshire Secondary CAS Community. She is on twitter as @catherinelliott.|
|Matthew is a Senior Lecturer on the teacher training programmes at the University of Derby, with an emphasis on Computing, Mathematics, Science and SEND. Before entering the teaching profession, Matthew had a 15-year career as a programmer, designer, project manager and technical director, employed by the Civil Service, the AA and Sony. After retraining as a teacher, Matthew has taught in various primary schools and in a special school for students with behavioural and emotional difficulties. Matthew was one of the first Computer At School (CAS) Master Teachers in the country and is also a Raspberry Pi Certified educator, a Barefoot ambassador and a National Computer Centre for Education (NCCE) facilitator. Twitter @Matthew_Parry_|
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