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The theory and practice regarding SEN and disabilities

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by pickles124, Jan 23, 2016.

  1. pickles124

    pickles124 Established commenter

    Hello everyone

    I am new to the TES community and to teaching in general. I have applied to do a PGCE in Primary/Early Years and as part of the interview process i have to produce a poster which i have done.

    Ive managed to read the EYFS, the SEN Code of Practice and know a bit about current law and legislation. However i am struggling a little with regards to the theory behind Special Educational Needs within an Early Years context.

    I've been looking at its historical origins such as John Locke and Maria Montessori but now worried that I have veered off in the wrong direction.

    Could anyone offer advice?

    Kind Regards. ☺

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