Access all areas: learning for all

Provider: ATL
£50.00 (no VAT on this item) all standard teaching members
£30.00 (no VAT on this item) All support staff and NQ members

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Description This course is an opportunity for you to address the needs of all learners through effective, inclusive approaches to teaching and learning. It's about allowing all children, regardless of their personal circumstances, learning and personal needs to be at the heart of learning – from SEN to the more able and talented. A practical and engaging course that will give you key takeaway messages to implement in your classroom immediately, as well as challenge your current pedagogical practice with all learners.
Duration 1 day

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Categories Teaching and Learning, Management, Support Staff, Teaching staff, Inclusion, Out of school
Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students This course is about reigniting learning in us all and about recognising that we all have different personal and learning needs – making sure that all learners have equal access to a thought-provoking, highly aspirational teaching and learning experience. You will learn how to:

recognise the personal and learning needs of your pupils to be able to meet their individual learning requirements.
ensure that differentiation and inclusion are embedded in your daily classroom practice.
motivate, engage and develop outstanding learning relationships with your pupils.
create a culture of 'stretch and challenge' for all pupils.
give each pupil an opportunity to embrace learning and achieve personal learning aspirations as well as academic challenges.
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Details Course tutor Nina Jackson; Nina Jackson is an award-winning international education consultant with a breadth of experience spanning 20 years. Nina is a leading practitioner in ‘Outstanding Learning and Teaching’ as well as special educational needs (SEN), gifted and talented and engaging disaffected learners through motivational and inspirational learning with technology. She has a diverse knowledge of preparing learners and teachers for the future of education from early years to higher education. Nina is associate director for Independent Thinking Ltd (UK), a Dragonfly Training Ltd consultant and an Aspire2Be trainer.

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