This episode of the podcast asks how classroom teachers and teaching staff can best support the learning, progress, and wellbeing of their neurodiverse students, offering practical insights and ideas.
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Our expert panel offer a range of advice, ideas, and tips based on their extensive experience within SEND education.

We define neurodiversity and discuss what makes a learner neurodiverse and the kinds of conditions the term covers while also busting some myths.

We discuss how we can support the wellbeing of these learners in our classroom, including examples of best practice and practical tips.

Likewise, we discuss general teaching tips and approaches to support the progress of neurodiverse learners, touching upon pedagogy, common adjustments, adaptive teaching, and the classroom environment.

We talk advice for supporting specific neurodiverse conditions and we also hear about one school’s Autism Resource Base and how that has been established and works in practice.

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