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Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by kinvara, Jan 31, 2007.

  1. Am thinking of applying for a post in a LACES, obviously I need to do some research on the educational provision for the children as i am a 'bog standard' teacher. I wonder if any one could point me in the right direction concerning 'SEN procedures and current children's issues' and in fact any other areas I should be considering. i've had a litte trawl through the internet but not sure my focus is right. So any advice gratefully received.
     
  2. Am thinking of applying for a post in a LACES, obviously I need to do some research on the educational provision for the children as i am a 'bog standard' teacher. I wonder if any one could point me in the right direction concerning 'SEN procedures and current children's issues' and in fact any other areas I should be considering. i've had a litte trawl through the internet but not sure my focus is right. So any advice gratefully received.
     
  3. Hi- I would just like to say thank you for this detailed and considered reply which has helped me very much, with my essays and considerations pre-final placement.
    I am a third year Student Teacher and have sometimes found that there is a slightly disheartening dichotomy between what is taught and aspired to within university; and what actually happens on the front line.
    Thank you
     

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