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Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by robertvenus, Apr 12, 2011.

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    Hi All,




    Toying with the idea of a curriculum redevelopment within a
    small EBD centre for secondary aged boys. Academic ability ranges from entry
    level to GCSE (c). Classes are mixed age ranges and key stages.




    Just wanting to hear people’s ideas and thoughts on what
    could be done.




    The only constraint is that there must be elements of the
    four core subjects within each project.




    Each project could run for half a term each.




    An increased focus on practical and kinaesthetic learning
    would be highly beneficial.




    Once again... just looking to hear people’s ideas and
    thoughts in this area.




    Cheers




    Rob
     

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