SENCOs: changemakers in their settings

Saneeya Qureshi

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Abstract

This doctoral research project examines the evolving nature of the professional identity of Special Educational Needs Coordinators (SENCOs). SENCOs are primarily responsible for coordinating the provision and support of children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) in mainstream English primary schools. The focus of the study is the SENCO-teacher dynamic, and the nature of change in relation to the manner in which SENCOs support teachers' practices. Data is gathered through questionnaires and interviews. Thematic analysis is applied, and qualitative results are presented through the use of vignettes.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 26 Jun 2015
Event6th Annual School of Education Research Student Conference - The University of Northampton, School of Education
Duration: 26 Jun 2015 → …
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Conference6th Annual School of Education Research Student Conference
Period26/06/15 → …
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    Qureshi, S. (2015). SENCOs: changemakers in their settings. Poster session presented at 6th Annual School of Education Research Student Conference, .