"Like a cog in a wheel..." a study about SENCO impact

Saneeya Qureshi

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Abstract

This research project investigates the support provided to teachers with regard to their teaching practices for students who have Special Educational Needs (SEN) in mainstream English primary schools. This support is coordinated by Special Educational Needs Coordinators (SENCOs). The focus of the study is the SENCO-teacher dynamic, and the development and implementation of appropriate provisions for children with SEN. Data gathered through questionnaires and interviews is examined using thematic analysis.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2013
Event4th Annual Research Student Conference, School of Education, The University of Northampton - Northampton, UK
Duration: 1 May 2013 → …

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Conference4th Annual Research Student Conference, School of Education, The University of Northampton
Period1/05/13 → …

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Qureshi, S. (2013). "Like a cog in a wheel..." a study about SENCO impact. Poster session presented at 4th Annual Research Student Conference, School of Education, The University of Northampton, .
Qureshi, Saneeya. / "Like a cog in a wheel..." a study about SENCO impact. Poster session presented at 4th Annual Research Student Conference, School of Education, The University of Northampton, .
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