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Learning about ICT has all sorts of benefits for young people with SEN but for anyone planning a course, knowing where to start can be difficult. This manual is packed full of practical know-how. It includes: * 36 planned sessions ready to deliver * Which hardware software to get and how best to use it * Time-saving photocopiable and downloadable resources on an accompanying CD
Nicole Taylor is an Adult Education Teacher specialising in teaching ICT to people with learning disabilities and mental health needs. John Chacksfield is an occupational therapist and manager in the NHS.
Introduction; Section 1 - Getting Started; Viewpoints of learners and teachers; Understanding stress and anxiety; Different cultures and special needs; Breaking down tasks; Assessing and evaluating; Qualifications; Buying equipment - a manager's guide; Section 2 - Lesson Plans; Developing mouse and keyboard skills; Learning about individual icons; Developing interactive group work skills; Helping with spelling; Helping with letter recognition from paper to keyboard; Drawing on students' own experiences on various topics; Highlighting ways to adapt exercises; Section 3 - Resources; Equipment and providers; Useful organisations; Websites; Publications; Exam boards and centres; Centres as examples.
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