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Inclusion for Excellence

SLC
by

Carly Murray

on 13 August 2013

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Transcript of Inclusion for Excellence

Inclusion to Excellence
The programme
Person-centered approach, individualised targets
High quality functional skills sessions
Variety of vocational choices with specialist tutors
Pastoral time as a group and one on one
Innovative ICT sessions
Staff training, mentoring and sharing good practice
Evidence-based practice
My Questions
Accreditation
MEd Philosophy of Autism
The Learners
Group Size
Support Staff
Subjects
Staff Training
Challenges
Motivation
Participation
Challenging the learners
Accreditation that is relevant, recognised and at a level that challenges.
The student - their hopes and fears
What do you want to achieve?
Get a qualification
Find out what they want to do in life
Improve functional skills
Get a job
Improve communication and behaviour management
Make friends
Become part of the community
What is stopping you?
Poor functional skills
Behaviour management
Learning disabilities
Family
Cultural needs
Income and background
"I might not fit in"
Confidence and past experiences
How can SLC help you?
Pastoral advice and support
Tailored curriculum
Relevant and challenging accreditation
Choice of vocational subjects
Understanding and support with behaviour, communication and learning disabilities.
MTG and LTG
Identified Goals
To improve functional and ICT skills, as well as behaviour and communication
To get onto another course
To gain employment
To learn life skills
To learn how to learn
Overcoming Behavioural Challenges
Mutual understanding of social and cultural differences
Teacher and support staff understanding of a range of learning disabilities
Empathy and patience
Multidisciplinary support
Motivation and Participation
Achievable steps
Building on strengths
Self and peer assessment
Targeted feedback
Active learning and engaging activities
Creating a team
Resources
The Student Challenge
They need to take ownership of their learning
Develop problem solving
Open questions, NO over-support
Learn from mistakes
Take risks
Baseline and initial assessment
Do not under-estimate
Carly Murray
Key qualifications and experiences:

Qualifications
PGCE in Post-Compulsory Education
BSc in Pre-Clinical Veterinary Medicine
Learning Disability Qualification
Training in Team Teach, Autism and ADHD.
Experience
Special Needs Tutor for Post 16
Challenging Behaviour Community Learning Facilitator
NCS Lead Mentor
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