Review offers SEN-specific teaching tips for remote education

With two-thirds of SEN students having not engaged effectively with remote education, a research review has sought to offer practical ideas and tips for teaching staff.

A report from the Chartered College of Teaching (Müller & Goldenberg, 2021) sets out a number of ideas for engaging pupils who have different kinds of SEN.

The researchers warn that around 66 per cent of children with SEND did not engage with remote learning last year, echoing similar findings report by Ofsted in January.

Their report – Education in times of crisis: Effective approaches to distance learning – has looked at the most effective pedagogical approaches from across the world during the pandemic.

During the lockdown, special schools have remained open while many SEN pupils were entitled to attend mainstream schools. However, many stayed at home and were educated remotely.

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