• Upon successful completion of this module, you will be able to:
    • Explain how a student with special education needs is defined according to the 2001 Code of Conduct for Special Education Needs.
    • Outline the four-step cycle that helps meet the needs of students with SEN.
    • Discuss what is high-quality teaching for pupils with SEN and how it can be implemented in classrooms.
    • Summarize three main areas of concern for students with an autistic spectrum disorder.
    • Outline the problems faced by pupils who are experiencing mental health problems.
    • Explain how to engage with pupils if they are suffering from visual, hearing, or physical impairment.
    • Describe the importance of communication with parents, SENCO, and other SEN professionals for pupils with SEN.
    • Discuss how to effectively implement instruction at SEN to create an inclusive classroom environment.

  • Having completed this module you will be able to:
    • Analyze the professional growth involved in becoming a teaching assistant.
    • Explain the Teaching Assistant's Collaboration with the School and Its Policies
    • Describe numerous curricular, evaluation, and monitoring talks you need to have as a teaching assistant.
    • Identify how to give the optimal atmosphere for learning as a teaching assistant.
    • Discuss how a teaching assistant may implement ICT, literacy, and numeracy development methods.
    • Evaluate child development and SEN services. 
    • Summarize behavior relationships as a teaching assistant.