SEN and iPad making courses worth while

So, I have just finished a great session with a group of Special school staff. It was part of a larger session looking at techniques for AfL with iPad. With particular focus on practical application of apps rather than “Hey, isn’t this app great?!”.

One thing that came up in the process was the distinct lack of provision for quality SEN training using iPad. Here is my attempt at correcting this problem.

Before I get into the specifics let me be clear about my stand point on this one. I am by no means a SEN specialist, I am a practical teacher ( an ex Engineering and Design one) who is also a qualified Apple Education Trainer. So today’s session came from the point of ‘ what can be done with the minimal learning on the part of the staff with the device’. The session was pitched to cater for actual teachers, ones who want to learn but don’t have the time, and don’t want to up root their planning with a mass of funky apps.

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