This is a follow up to part 1 there are a huge number of great SEN blogs with ideas, resources, and inspiration for you to read and engage with. These are just some I have enjoyed reading and wanted to share them with you.
Tracey Lawrence – Tweets as @behaviourteach Assistant head, and host of the weekly twitter chat #behaviourchat. Tracey is also the author of “The Day Poppa Turned into a Star” her blog is highly readable with loads of advice and ideas based on personal experience.
Gareth Morewood is Director of Curriculum Support (SENCo) & Specialist Leader of Education at Priestnall School, Stockport and Honorary Research Fellow in Education at the University of Manchester.A great blog, regularly updated with practical ideas and inspirational ideas.
Emma Kennedy’s blog whilst not specifically SEN, covers a range of important issues facing some of our most vulnerable students. Passionate and well written Emma really appreciates comments to her posts (Especially this one :-).)
Anonymously Autistic is written (you guessed it) anonymously by “Anna” a pseudonym. this blog gives an excellent insight into living with autism. Anna is Autistic and writes a very readable, interesting blog often featuring guest bloggers.
Chantelle Roberts writes the blog – We called him Lucky. I think in collaboration with others. She is mother to a son diagnosed with ASD which gives a real, personal and heartfelt insight into the lives of the children and families we as educators support.
I hope you find these useful. Please feel free to recommend any blogs in the comments section
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Thank you for recognising our blog 😊 we have two autistic boys with very different needs. I love your site!! X
Thank you that means a lot coming from a blogger I respect and read a lot!
Thanks for sharing these. Very helpful.
speciallyteaching.wordpress.com bit dusty, but there’s some useful stuff there.
Thanks maybe it’s time for part 3!
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