Learning in different ways
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By Dr Hannah Mortimereducational psychologist

Dr Hannah Mortimer explores the differences in children’s learning and needs, and considers what inclusion actually means to practitioners and the children concerned.

If we are to include children who have special educational needs (SEN) fully in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), we have to understand that each and every child learns differently, and we must adapt what we do to ensure that they can access the curriculum.

Each child is unique, each child is special

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  1. rosalyn haugabrook
    on 5 January 2010

    alternative assessment

    The article is very relevant to what I do with special needs children everyday. Please include more assessment ideas. thanks

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