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Understanding learners who are vulnerable

Childerhouse, Helen (2015) Understanding learners who are vulnerable. In: Inclusive Primary Teaching: A critical approach to equality and special educational needs and disabilities. Critical Publishing, Northwich, pp. 177-193. ISBN 9781910391389

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Abstract

This chapter is written primarily for trainee teachers at undergraduate or postgraduate level who are working towards qualified teacher status. The chapter focuses on the challenges that primary school teachers sometimes face when working with children who are identified as being vulnerable. It identifies strategies that may be used to help teachers to support children and to be aware of the potential issues that may result in these children being vulnerable or at risk. A range of critical thinking and extended thinking activities are provided.

Keywords:teacher training, special educational needs, primary education, children at risk
Subjects:X Education > X161 Training Teachers - Special Needs
X Education > X120 Training Teachers - Primary
X Education > X100 Training Teachers
Divisions:College of Social Science > School of Education
ID Code:27613
Deposited On:02 Jun 2017 11:39

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