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PMLD progression in 6th form

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by tod sal, Feb 9, 2012.

  1. Need data! We have pics/ vids/ observations etc but struggling to
    know how to provide data to show this. Compounded by the fact that some
    of our students have deteriorating conditions. Not sure I've quite got
    my head around the concept- ( We do some Life and Living accreditation,
    but the units are covered and then not revisited- and to be blunt,
    students that are at certain levels on the continuum don't necessarily
    move up to the next level. Have considered Routes to Learning, but quite
    complex.) Any suggestions gratefully received. Thank you
     
  2. Need data! We have pics/ vids/ observations etc but struggling to
    know how to provide data to show this. Compounded by the fact that some
    of our students have deteriorating conditions. Not sure I've quite got
    my head around the concept- ( We do some Life and Living accreditation,
    but the units are covered and then not revisited- and to be blunt,
    students that are at certain levels on the continuum don't necessarily
    move up to the next level. Have considered Routes to Learning, but quite
    complex.) Any suggestions gratefully received. Thank you
     
  3. R13

    R13 New commenter

    CASPA software on P Level progression shows average progress for students with PMLD to be about 1 P level throughout the academic careers and virtually no measurabel progress at all from 14.
    So . . . .in addition to your accreditted work you could look at measuring breadth of experience rather than progression
     

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