Written with the busy practitioner in mind, the author draws on his extensive specialist knowledge to offer a sensible, workable and practical approach for any teacher who wishes to understand and promote effective classroom inclusion for children with learning difficulties. Concentrating on the realities of teaching and learning, this book: places learning difficulties in the context of policy and law examines and explains the relevant terms and definitions puts forward suggestions for provision looks at ways of assessing and raising achievement offers strategies to develop an inclusive, responsive environment.
Table of Contents
1. What are Moderate, Severe and Profound Learning Difficulties? 2. Moderate Learning Difficulties 3. Severe Learning Difficulties: Curriculum and Assessment 4. Aspects of Teaching and Learning for Pupils with Severe Learning Difficulties 5. Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties. Conclusions