Webinar: Inclusive Computing
- part of the "CAS Inspire" Programme
Thursday May 7, 2020 from 11:00AM to 12:00PM
Did you know:
The number of pupils with SEN-D has increased for a third consecutive year: 14.4% (2017), 14.6% (2018), 14.9% (2019) Across all pupils with SEN-D the most common SEND support needs are speech, language and communication Among pupils with an EHC plan, Autistic Spectrum Disorder is the most common type of special education need The number of students with SEMH (Social, Emotional and Mental Health) needs and moderate learning difficulties has increased
Considering all these factors, how can primary and secondary teachers ensure that their computing lessons are inclusive?
Join Wendy MacLeod as she hosts a panel interview with leaders in SEN education to discuss these issues.
For further information: Wendy MacLeod
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