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Deaf-friendly teaching: For secondary school staff

 

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Deaf-friendly teaching: For secondary school staff
Net Price: £0.00
Primary target audience: Professionals
Format: Information Guide
Date live: 11/12/2015

This resource is for anyone who is working with deaf children in a secondary school. It provides guidance on ensuring that:

  • teaching strategies engage deaf pupils in learning, enabling them to develop key skills in communication, reading, writing and mathematics
  • deaf pupils make sustained progress, to narrow attainment gaps compared with other pupils
  • the curriculum provides positive experiences for deaf pupils, offering well organised, imaginative and effective opportunities for learning and a broad range of experiences that contribute to their achievement and spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.

You can also watch our videos which include tips for secondary school teachers of English, Maths, Science or Modern Foreign Languages.