- Andy Bloor recommended JORSEN – The Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs which now has a range of short podcasts with the authors. #SpEdSC
2.ICE Research suggested JDisSoc – The Journal of Disability & Society. This has a lot of free to access articles. I immediately found one I needed for an online safety training.
3. Joanna Grace recommended @PMLDLink – A journal for everyone supporting people with profound and multiple learning disabilities. There is a great free sample copy available.
4. Scatti Recommended the resources available through the intensive interaction website.
5. I like to keep an eye on The Policy Research Forum – This University of Exeter forum has a range of policy papers to download. You can also join and contribute to the discussion.
6. The GOV.UK
page on Special educational needs and disability (SEND) has a range of policy papers and statistics available for free.
I then asked what research we should be doing. StarlightMcKenzie
suggested looking at:
Do you do this? Can you suggest any other research resources that teachers or parents may find useful?