I'm very excited as I have an article in the new edition of SEN Magazine. It's in their 'Point of View' section, entitled "Recognising The Problem". It's about how, in order toaccomodate a child's special educational needs, it is imperative first correctly to identify the problem. This is often difficult when a child has complex needs or a 'hidden disability' and the teacher is not trained or motivated to recognise the signs, particularly in otherwise bright children.
I anticipate it will be available online on their site at some point in the future but this is a great publication for anyone connected with Special Educational Needs and you can order a free trial copy at the moment by clicking here: http://www.senmagazine.co.uk/component/chronocontact/?chronoformname=trialcopy
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