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TES Handout - Working Memory

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Handout from the Working Memory Workshop presented at the TES Show October 2014

Handouts form Differentiation Workshop TES 2014

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Handouts from the workshop

Successful Strageis for Struggling Readers and Writers

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Two days of opportunities to observe inclusive teaching strategies and take part in plenary sessions at Seven Oaks School Christchurch NZ

Raising the Achievement of Low Prior Attainers through Thematic Approaches

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A new training event which supports teachers to respond to the challenges of the new Curriculum, the new Code of Practice and OFSTED

Dyslexia De-mystified

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An evening event for parents and teachers

Successful Stragies for struggling Readers and Writers

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I will teach four 90 minute lessons over two days with classes at Seven Oaks School in Christchurch, New Zealand with teachers and Teacher Aides observing. Each lesson will be followed by a plenary to unpack the learning and the evidence base behind the techniques employed.

How aboriginal children perceive maths

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While the article discusses how to embed Indigenous Australian knowledge and practices into the Australian national curriculum effectively - particularly the maths curriculum, the significance goes far beyond the shores of Australia

DEtails of TES SEN Show at the Islington Business Centre

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SL33 Removing dyslexia as a barrier to achievement Saturday 12 October 2013 12.30 - 13.30 SL22 Dyslexia and Asperger's syndrome: complimentary sides of the same coin? Friday 11 October 2013 15.30 - 16.30
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Teacher Conference Boosting the Inclusive Quality of Your Lessons

A whole day workshop for teachers on Boosting the Inclusive Quality of your Lessons

Supporting your Child with their Learning at Home

An evening session for parents of struggling learners

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On the way home [From "Working with your child at home"] I was asking Chris [my son] what he thought of the day and asking him what he had learnt. His reply made me smile (I'm sure you mentioned something about self-esteem), he said "I learnt that I'm very talented", - well what can you say to that?
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