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Little Guide for Teachers SEND in Schools – Anjad Ali


“Little Guide for Teachers: SEND in Schools” is your pocket-sized companion for understanding and supporting students with SEND. Authored by an expert, this guide offers practical advice and interactive features to enhance your teaching experience.

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Little Guide for Teachers SEND in Schools by Anjad Ali

Welcome to the “Little Guide for Teachers: SEND in Schools” by Anjad Ali, a gem in the Little Guide for Teachers series—a collection that may be small in size but brims with invaluable support and inspiration tailored for teachers like you, navigating the complexities of your daily life in the education field.

This guide, authored by an expert in the realm of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND), offers a compact yet comprehensive resource that you can easily dip in and out of. Its user-friendly design encourages your active engagement; you can jot down your thoughts, ideas, and strategies directly in the book, making it a personalized and indispensable part of your professional toolkit.

Whether you have an afternoon to spare or prefer to savor it at your own pace, this guide is designed to accommodate your needs. “Little Guide for Teachers: SEND in Schools” is your trusted companion, equipping you with practical insights and actionable tips to enhance your effectiveness in supporting students with SEND.

As part of the Little Guide for Teachers series, it upholds the series’ commitment to offering expert guidance, interactive activities, and the flexibility to make the content your own. Whether you’re a seasoned educator or just starting your teaching journey, this guide is a valuable resource that will empower you to better understand, engage with, and support students with SEND.