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Creating an Inclusive Classroom

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Creating an Inclusive Classroom

Raspberry Pi Foundation

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In this course from the Raspberry Pi Foundation, computing teachers can learn how to make their lessons effective for students with special educational needs and disabilities (or SEND).

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Creating an Inclusive Classroom

by Raspberry Pi Foundation

Creating an Inclusive Classroom

Raspberry Pi Foundation

Overview

Computing is a valuable skill taught in both primary and secondary schools in the UK. When it comes to teaching computing to students with special educational needs and disabilities (or SEND), some adjustments need to be made to their specific learning styles.

This 2020 FutureLearn course is presented by the Raspberry Pi Foundation, a UK-based charity that teaches young people computing and digital making. Lead educator and SEND lead for Sheffield e-learning service Catherine Elliott explains how computing teachers can make proper adjustments for students with SEND.

Elliott walks us through classroom environment changes and lesson plan tweaks to aid in the learning process. Elliott explains that every student with SEND is different, so a one-size-fits-all approach should never be taken in the computing classroom.

This course explains the importance of using technology in the classroom, and how it can benefit students with SEND.

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"Individuals with SEND may also have particular strengths in the classroom, for example, creativity, attention to detail, or an ability to visualize a problem in a different way. These are as important to consider as the difficulties that they face."

Catherine Elliott

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