It is easy to misunderstand special educational needs (SEN), to mean diagnosis of a major disability, removal from the classroom and special provisions. But when you take this approach you end up giving the child a la-bel and forgiving or excusing their lack of engagement. Not only do you label them in their own eyes but of course you give that label to all of their teachers and eventually all of their peers. SEN workers can therefore not only miss the mark but actually make things worse. Here are some golden rules for engaging SEN in your classroom and school..
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