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Achieving effective differentiation

22 June 2016

Differentiation is accepted as part of teaching, but do we really offer true differentiation to all students, including those with SEN? Daniel Sobel says that too often we don’t. He looks here at a ...

The links between language ability and behaviour

25 November 2015

Are we focusing too much on the behaviour of children when we should be looking at intervention aimed at supporting language and communication ability? Educational psychologist Dr Zoe Owen discusses ...

Meeting the challenges of ADHD

16 September 2015

Children who suffer with ADHD face daily challenges during their school life. Daniel Sobel discusses how teachers and teaching assistants can best support these pupils

Teaching pupils with ADHD

27 November 2014

Dr Tony Lloyd offers advice on how to improve learning and achievement for pupils with ADHD.

ADHD and the new SEN Code

20 November 2014

The new SEN Code of Practice has wide-ranging implications, but what does it mean for children with ADHD? Dr Tony Lloyd explains.

Tackling bullying: Knowledge is power

6 November 2014

Information – both about national trends and about what is happening in your own school – is a powerful weapon in the fight against bullying. Dorothy Lepkowska explains.

NQT Special: Strategies for managing behaviour

28 November 2013

Managing behaviour is often the biggest challenge for NQTs. As part of SecEd's NQT special edition, Matt Bromley discusses why students misbehave, how teachers can and should react in different ...

Strategies for teaching students with ADHD

7 March 2013

With 400, 000 children in the UK thought to have ADHD, Dr Madan Mall and Dr Paul Holland look at educational strategies that can help these young people to reach their full potential.

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