a network for those supporting learners with physical disability
This topic contains 3 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by Jayne Bebb 1 week, 5 days ago.
I am looking for ideas for developing pupil voice with pd students beyond the token “I like sand and playtime/ don’t like maths” stuff scribed by a TA on a sheet of paper – lip service only really.
I am sure I have heard of pioneering work in East London using ipads to make pupil voice interactive. However I can’t remember where to find this.
Do any colleagues have ideas which work well please? Thanks Jayne
Some schools use ‘Talking Mats’ which can be very successful.
Good Evening All
I think I may be the East London lady you are talking about
This was a focus for our Service last school year and we have lots of resources made both physical and IT based
I have a team meeting next Mon and we will find a way to share some of what we have done
I have a Powerpoint summing up the project too – this may be a good starting point
I will see if I can upload something before the end of term
Have a good week everybody
Clair ( Redbridge LEA)
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