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Developing teacher education in relation to additional support for learning

Moscardini, Lio and Johnston, Andrew (2011) Developing teacher education in relation to additional support for learning. In: Supporting Disabled Children and Young People in Scotland: Progress and Next Steps in Planning, for Scotland's Disabled Children Conference, 2011-04-26 - 2011-04-26.

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Abstract

A presentation of new research detailing the current situation across Scotland with regards to additional support needs training for student teachers, CPD for qualified teachers and support for learning assistants. Followed by a discussion of the experience of delivering / accessing additional support from a variety of perspectives.