Inclusion is Easier Said Than Done: Learning Support (SEN) in International Schools

Inclusion has been a push for the past few years and it has made a lot of changes in international schools where there is less pressure and less government oversight pushing schools towards best practices. But in this article I document what I’ve seen and where I think things are going. … More Inclusion is Easier Said Than Done: Learning Support (SEN) in International Schools

WORKING MEMORY: What it is and how you can Support it in the Classroom

What is working memory? This is something I always think I know, but then can’t give the best definition in my head when it comes up. Or can’t come up with good accommodations off the top of the head when trying to help a student. So when I came to a new school recently and … More WORKING MEMORY: What it is and how you can Support it in the Classroom

Developing Self-Advocacy Skills: Starting with Student’s Accommodations

Self-advocacy and Self-Determination is a big thing we focus on when working with students with special needs. And helping students learn about their accommodations and take ownership is a big way to help towards the bigger objective of helping to develop self-determination. … More Developing Self-Advocacy Skills: Starting with Student’s Accommodations