Inclusive education: strategies for supporting families with diverse learning needs
6 March 2024 | 1.00pm-3.00pm | Online
The session focuses on understanding diverse learning needs within families and provides practical strategies to support inclusivity in education.
Participants will engage in discussions on fostering a sense of belonging, adapting teaching methods, and promoting positive communication to meet the unique requirements of each learner.
Through collaborative activities and insights, you will gain the tools to champion inclusivity in both educational settings and the broader community. This session aims to empower educators with the knowledge and skills to create an inclusive space where every learner, regardless of their abilities or differences, can thrive.
The workshop provides attendees with:
- Exploration of the diverse needs of children and how individual needs can be supported at home
- Play, literacy and numeracy activities for all
- Enriching home learning environment strategies and ideas
- Exploration of inclusive practice
Who will benefit from attending?
This workshop is ideal for family learning professionals and colleagues working with families to support learning in the early years including those who work in:
- adult and community education
- arts organisations
- early years
- further education
- health settings
- heritage venues
- local authorities
- museums and galleries
This online workshop will be delivered by Stacy Mann, Senior Adviser for Families, Early Years and Childcare at Campaign for Learning.
Early Bird £40+VAT (until 9 February 2024)
Standard Ticket £50+VAT (10 February 2024 onwards)
National Centre for Family Learning members - 10% discount applied to earlybird and standard tickets when you book. You can join the Centre for free.
Please note if you already have an account on the Campaign for Learning's website, you will need to email us on [email protected] to be activated as a member of the National Centre for Family Learning.
How to book
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