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Inclusion Coordinator

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by mrjack, Jan 6, 2012.

  1. mrjack

    mrjack New commenter

    HI all,
    I have been working in an EBD school for the last five years. Prior to that I have worked in mainstream for around eight years including a couple of years teaching abroad.
    I have seen a post for Inclusion Coordinator in an International School, I'm a little confused as to what this role could be in an international setting. Any ideas anyone please?
  2. RJR_38

    RJR_38 New commenter

    There will still be children with SEN in the school - it doesn;t matter that it is an international school.
    Inclusion coordinatpr also suggests that you will be responsible for more than just SEN and also have EAL possibly (if the language of the school is English) and Gifted and Talented as well.
  3. mrjack

    mrjack New commenter

    Thanks for your help!

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