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GS2024: Break Out B.E11 Supporting SEN children and the teachers in mainstream classrooms

Updated: Jun 26

*this break out presentation/workshop will be conducted in English


Topic: B.E11 Supporting SEN children and the teachers in mainstream classrooms

Synopsis: Join us for a unique human library session where an experienced educator shares her personal journey and professional expertise in supporting children with special educational needs (SEN) within mainstream classrooms. You will have the opportunity to find out about her experiences, the challenges and triumphs of fostering an inclusive educational environment.

Scope of the Sharing:

Personal Insights: The speaker's experiences with SEN students, highlighting specific cases and the strategies that made a difference.

Practical Techniques: Demonstrating effective teaching methods, classroom accommodations, and differentiation strategies.

Collaborative Efforts: Discussing the importance of working with parents, teachers, and other professionals.

Teacher Support: Addressing the emotional and professional challenges teachers face and offering strategies for self-care and resilience.

Learning Outcomes:

Gain valuable insights into the lived experiences of an educator working with SEN students.

Learn practical, actionable strategies for creating inclusive and effective classroom environments.

Understand the importance of collaboration with parents and other professionals to enhance student support.

By attending this human library session, participants will leave with a deeper understanding and practical knowledge to better support SEN students and themselves in the classroom.

See the rest of 2024's Break Out Sessions here!


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