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Foundation Module for Mainstream Settings
The module has been specifically designed to prepare staff that will be teaching pupils with special educational needs in primary and secondary mainstream settings.

The lectures will provide delegates with a sound theoretical base and will give practical user-friendly advice to provide essential structures that will promote the children’s overall learning and development.

The course will include discussions on:
Non-comprehensive list.

Neurological conditions and how they affect learning.

The seven most important steps towards successful teaching and learning.

Neurological conditions and related health problems.

How to prevent related health problems.Basic every day commonsense solutions.

Secondary, hidden effects of any Neurological conditions.

How teaching staff can follow simple steps to ensure the child’s progress and psychological well being.

How to provide dynamic education that will address all pupils learning and rounded development needs.

Preparing the school community for integration.

Behaviour management strategies. How to be a skilled facilitator.

Curriculum analysis. Creating achievable realistic stages.

Supporting Parents in mainstream schools.

Advanced communication skills with parents.
Intended audience:
This specialised Foundation Course is ideal for head-teachers, teachers, teacher advisors, special needs co-ordinators, learning support assistants and support staff.

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