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Help at interview

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by billygoat, Feb 21, 2012.

  1. How you differentiate your lessons? Is their behaviour policy available online? If it is have a look because they may ask how you deal with pupil behaviour.
  2. Beb

    Beb New commenter

    Knowledge of P levels, B squared! Behaviour prevention strategies, team management, in special school you are likely to be expected to manage a team of teaching assistants as you may well have a team of 4 or 5!
    Safe guarding, knowledge of Teacch, just a few ideas off the top of my head, after an exhausting but fulfilling day in special school, it is the BEST job in the world and I LOVE IT.
  3. Thanks very much billygoat, I've now had a look at their policies and have made a few notes.
    I thought I could take a couple of work sheets showing how differentiation from main stream to SEN.
  4. Thanks very much Beb, I've been on a Team Teach course, so will keep that in mind. Yes I think it will be the best job if I can just secure it!!
  5. dzil

    dzil Occasional commenter

    Just a thought, but if you are taking worksheets be prepared to explain how you'd differentiate the work further downwards for the pupils who can't read/ write / understand or otherwise cope with a worksheet to show you've thought about the pupils varying needs. (Just in case the interviewers mistakenly think you can only work with worksheets and texts ! )

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