Tag Archives: Teachers

Challenging the Pedagogy of Professional Decline with Rachel Lofthouse

In this week's podcast we discuss challenging the pedagogy of professional decline with Professor of [...]

The Best of SENDcast 2023

This special episode of The SENDcast is a best of all our episodes from 2023

Multi-sensory Stories with Dr Susie Nyman

Dale is joined by SEND training consultant Dr Susie Nyman to talk about multi-sensory stories

Dyslexia and Mental Health with Dr Helen Ross

Dale is joined by dyslexia expert and consultant Dr Helen Ross to discuss support, interventions [...]

An Introduction to PDA with Clare Truman

Dale is joined by Clare Truman to give SENDcast listeners an introduction to PDA

Going to University with Autism or ADHD with Victoria Ellen

Dale is joined by Victoria Ellen to explore the experience of University for students with [...]

Presence in Research with Joanna Grace

Dale is joined by Joanna Grace to talk about Presence in Research.

The Benefits of Audiobooks with Emily Pye

Dale is joined by guest Emily Pye to talk about the benefits audiobooks.

Dual and Multiple Exceptionality with Fintan O’Regan

Dale is joined by Fintan O' Regan this week to discuss Dual and Multiple Exceptionality

Who Leads on SEND in a School? The SENCO or the Headteacher? with Abigail Gray

Dale is joined by Abigail Gray to discuss who should be leading on SEND in [...]

Turning Differentiation On Its Head with Catrina Lowri

Catrina Lowri discusses differentiation and how we can turn it on its head.

Being Hijacked By Your Emotions with Alison Knowles

Discussing how we allow our emotions to hijack our decision making.

Executive Function Skills and Neurodiversity Traits with Victoria Bagnall

Discussing Executive Function Skills and Neurodiversity Traits

The Boundaries Between Education and Care with Zara Wright

Zara Wright joins Dale to discuss the boundaries between education and care

Additional Needs Haircut Services with Craig Henderson

Hair cuts for children and young people with additional needs.

How Our Brains Project Our Past with Alison Knowles

Discussing how our brains take our past experiences and project them onto our life.

Reducing Teacher Workload By Supporting Pupils With SEND From The Get-Go with Zoe Mather

Zoe Mather discusses reducing teacher workload with better SEND support

Goal Setting with Alison Knowles

Helping young people learn to set goals and follow through on them.

Incidental Conversations with Ginny Bootman

When used in a conversional way or in language, incidental talk means to have a [...]

How To Help Pupils Understand and Express How They Feel with Sue White

Children are needing more support than ever with their language skills. The Education Endowment Foundation [...]

We Need To Talk About Excel with Ginny Bootman

Do you love Excel or avoid it? If conditional formatting, VLOOKUP, freezing panes, formulas and [...]

The What and Why of Compassionate Co-Regulation with Jyoti Jo Manuel

Have you heard of compassionate co-regulation? It means that when we calm and regulate ourselves [...]

Mental Health and Behaviour: Nature or Nurture? Risk and Resilience with Fintan O’Regan

The nature vs nurture debate in mental health and behaviour refers to the extent to [...]

Dyspraxia and Handwriting with Kim Griffin

We live in a digital age, so where do we see or use joined up [...]

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