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Reggio approach and pmld

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by aliclaire76, Jan 17, 2010.

  1. I am currently developing the curriculum for KS1 in our school and looking at implementing the Reggio approach. Our pupils levels of attainment range from P1 - P6. (SLD & PMLD) Does anyone have any experience of the Reggio approach and SEN? All advice & experiences welcome. many thanks.
     
  2. Hi
    I AM CURRENTLY DOING AN MA AT BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY IN LEARNING DIFFICULTIES AND DISABILITIES COMPLEX,SEVERE AND PROFOUND. I AM FOCUSING ON PMLD AND REGGIO APPROACH FOR MY NEXT ASSIGNMENT AND WOULD BE GRATEFUL FOR ANY INFO THAT YOU HAVE.
    ANNE SMITH
     

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