100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Sensory Processing Differences£14.99*
- A really useful book for primary school teachers who want to know more about the sensory processing differences of some pupils in the classroom.
- Kim splits the book into different sections, allowing teachers to introduce themselves to terms, and what to look for, all through to teachers who are aware of differences, but want further ideas to support young people.
- As usual with this '100 ideas series', each idea is to-the-point, supportive and allows for teachers to develop their understanding further.
- The 'teaching tips' accompanying each idea offers further guidance for teachers, allowing for further considerations.
- Ideal for teachers, assistants and SENDCos in primary schools, offering clear and concise ideas to support pupils.
This is a must-have book for all teachers wanting to understand sensory processing differences, identify them in the primary classroom and implement effective strategies to support their pupils. With 100 ideas for recognising common sensory differences, using sensory equipment, aiding pupils’ learning and involving parents, this is the perfect book for primary teachers looking for strategies to create a fully inclusive learning environment for all.
Occupational therapist Kim Griffin imparts her expertise with 100 informative, easy-to-use ideas to help improve learning experiences for both pupils and teachers. Between five and 16 per cent of the population is believed to be affected by sensory processing differences, and they are often linked to autism, ADHD, dyspraxia and other special educational needs. Ideal for teachers, teaching assistants and SENDCos in both mainstream and special schools, this book offers ideas such as how to use multi-sensory approaches to improve handwriting and how to use specific sensory equipment such as wobble cushions, chew toys and ear defenders.
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