Description - Becoming a Higher Level Teaching Assistant: Primary Special Educational Needs by Mary Doveston
Investigating topics such as inclusion and special educational or additional educational needs, this book provides excellent support for teaching assistants working towards Higher Level Teaching Assistant status, as well as those undertaking the Foundation Degree in Teaching and Learning. It contains direct links to the National Curriculum and HLTA Standards, along with case studies, practical tasks and self-assessment questions which allow trainees to demonstrate their own awareness and understanding of special educational needs.
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(246mm x 171mm x mm)
Learning Matters Ltd
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
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Author Biography - Mary Doveston
Mary Doveston is a Senior Lecturer in Special Education at the University of Northampton. She has taught in all phases of education and has recently held posts as a Special Needs Coordinator in a junior school, and as a specialist teacher for special educational needs in Northamptonshire LEA. She is currently a trainer and assessor for HLTA at the University of Northampton. Steve Cullingford-Agnew is a Senior Lecturer in Education working for the Centre for Special Education and Research team at the University of Northampton. He has previously held posts as a head teacher at Special Schools in Northamptonshire and has worked as a LEA SEN inspector. He is currently a trainer and assessor for HLTA at the University of Northampton.