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Special educational needs (SEN) practitioner: skills audit
Are there examples of skills audit for SEN practitioners? We look at self-evaluation checklists for special educational needs (SEN) practitioners produced by the Inclusion Development Programme, and link to inclusive lesson and SENCO skills audits.
Inclusive lessons audits
The Institute of Education (IoE) developed a range of subject-specific booklets for trainee teachers working with pupils with SEN for the Teaching and Development Agency (TDA).
Each booklet contains an audit tool to help teachers consider their practice. The TDA has now been decommissioned, but this information is still available on the National Archives.
The self-audit on including pupils with SEN and/or disabilities in primary English, for example, suggests approaches which may be helpful to enable pupils with SEN to access the English curriculum. It suggests how to maintain an inclusive learning environment in areas such as:
There is space to record whether
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