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Meeting Special Educational Needs in the Curriculum: Geography Take a closer look

Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Post-16

Meeting Special Educational Needs in the Curriculum: Geography

Edited by Diane Swift

  • Pages: 160
  • ISBN: 978-1-84312-162-6
  • Published: 2005

£37.99 £34.99 GA Members*

Geography well taught has a pivotal role to play for students with special educational needs. This new book/CD combines Special Educational Needs expertise with knowledge of the issues specific to geography teaching to produce practical and immediate support for geography teachers. Topics covered include SEN policies and how to write them; explanation of different types of SEN; creating an inclusive classroom; the outdoor classroom; monitoring and assessment; managing the support team. As well as PDFs of the whole book, the CD contains activities and record sheets which can be tailored to individual requirements.

Di Swift is CPD Project Leader for the Geographical Association; other contributors are Irene Corden, Jan Bird, Julie Dale, Jan Fielding, Bev Rowley and Jackie Wadlow, all members of the GA’s Valuing Places project, supported by the Tubney Foundation and DfID.

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