COMING SOON: “Using the Engagement Profile and Scale in line with the Rochford recommended Engagement Model.”
When I first saw..
(Assistant Head Teacher, CLDD Development School)
New Paper given to the International Society of Early Intervention Conference, Sydney, June 2019.
Evidencing Engagement: Developing an Evidence Gathering App for Observing Engagement in Early Childhood Settings
Barry Carpenter PhD,
Hannah Picken, BA , Jill Wellings BEd, Alan Wood, BSc.
The Engagement for Learning Framework is a resource for educators, including teachers, teaching assistants and therapists working in both mainstream and special education. It enables them to explore and identify effective teaching and learning strategies for children with complex learning difficulties and disabilities, as well as to record, measure and demonstrate learning outcomes in a meaningful way.
Our Resource Book
Engaging Learners with Complex Learning Difficulties and Disabilities.
Our resource book for teachers and teaching assistants, the book provides school practitioners and leaders with an approach and resources to engage this often disenfranchized group of children in learning. The Engagement for Learning Framework has been developed and trialled by over 100 educational settings (both special and mainstream) with learners from early years to post-16. It gives practitioners from a range of disciplines a shared means of assessing, recording and developing personalized learning pathways and demonstrating progression for these children. The focus on inquiry means that however complex a young person’s needs, educators will be able to apply the approach.
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