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Friday 7 October
In this talk, Aya looks at the issues around second language acquisition for learners with speech and language disorders.
In this talk, David looks at how teaching to support learners with specific learning difficulties can benefit all learners in the class...
Ian's talk looks at a range of teaching strategies and evaluates their effectiveness.
This talk looks at integrating a focus on LGBTQ issues in the ESL classroom.
In this talk, John Simpson looks at the challenges and solutions for implementing multilingual approaches in the classroom.
Karen and Pauline talk about their project in Morocco with state school teachers.
This discussion forum looks at how inclusive our classrooms are and suggests strategies for moving towards a more inclusive learning...
In this talk, Maria Jose looks at different apps that help learners who have dyslexia.
In this talk, Masha introduces some of the strategies she has used to develop a clearer understanding of SEN in her classroom practice...
In this talk, Phil provides an understanding of neurodiversity and how it can support our understanding of learners.
In this talk, Rachael looks at the mixed ability classroom and suggests strategies for teaching learners at different levels.
In her closing plenary, Sally Farley introduces a range of 'Assistive Technologies' to help learners with Special Educational Needs (SEN...
In this plenary talk, Silvana evaluates the suitability of teacher education programmes for native and non-native English speaker...
Conference programme - Day 3. Friday 7 October 2016
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