Access All Areas

Making every child matter

 6 Dec 2017  Webinar    

King’s Group Professional Development Weekend (27–28th October), in the vibrant city of Madrid, where our expert trainer and consultant Claire Gadsby will be delivering CPD workshops. Our four energetic and interactive sessions will focus on the following teaching and learning areas:
  • Making full use of formative assessment.
  • Giving high quality student feedback.
  • Mastering the skills of deeper questioning.
  • Understanding the power of metacognition.
Our free expert webinar on Access All Areas will be on Wednesday 06 December 2017, and will be delivered by Ms. Nina Jackson. With this webinar we are also offering free follow-up SEND teaching resources.

Target audience

Practitioners of all educational phases

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the session you should be able to:
  • Understand the learning needs of all children regardless of their Learning & Living Differences (SEND).
  • Have some key classroom strategies to use with children of all abilities.
  • Put into action strategies for identifying hidden behaviours and the masking of mental and emotional health issues.
  • Understand and apply some simple tools using Edtech for all children to have access to a wide and varied curriculum.

Webinar Description

During this webinar you will have the opportunity to learn about effective strategies to allow all children to access the curriculum through differentiated and inclusive approaches. The session will touch upon areas of SEND as well as Edtech and how you can utilise simple steps in all lesson to be able to include the learning needs of every child.

Presenter Biography

Few in education have the breathtaking grasp of Nina ‘Ninja’ Jackson about what makes classrooms, and those in them, tick. Winner of the IPDA International Prize for Education, the TES has described her as an ‘inspirational, evangelical preacher of education’. Nina’s particular gift is in working with SEN, the Gifted and Talented and engaging disaffected learners. As an international education consultant she has worked with the Ministry of Education, UNESCO and UNICEF in Chile, Ghana, India, China, the Middle East and Europe. In her first book she shared her research on how music improves classroom learning and motivation. Her latest, the bestselling ‘Of Teaching, Learning and Sherbet Lemons: A Compendium of Careful Advice for Teachers’, has helped thousands of teachers put the ‘fizz’ back into their classrooms.