In this introductory course, Georgina explains the importance of motor skills (fine and gross); speech, language and communication skills; and emotional regulation for children’s development with extra information for children who may have Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
In this course, you will:
This masterclass is a series of 4 videos plus an introduction. Each video comes with exercises and reflection points, giving you 2 hours of professional development. You’ll get a certificate on completion.
You get lifetime access to the course and you can watch as many times as you want.
About Your Course Instructor:
Georgina is a mum of two and qualified teacher/former head of Special Educational Needs in a Secondary School (SENDCO). She also tutors children with Special Educational Needs.
She has a BSc (Hons) in Medical Science, PGCE with QTS, National Award for Special Education Coordination, Post Graduate Diploma in Vulnerable Learners and Inclusion and Certificate of Competence in Educational Testing. She’s also a Registered Test User with the British Psychological Society.
Georgina’s SEN Resources Blog is an award winning site that Georgina founded initially to share her thoughts, recommendations and ideas on learning resources and activities for children with special educational needs.
Since then The SEN Resources Blog has been voted as one of the Top Ten SEN Blogs in the UK by Twinkl. It’s been featured in The Guardian, Telegraph, SEN Magazine and the Daily Mirror. Georgina has also been on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio Manchester and TalkRadio. She was chosen by Theo Paphitis (from Dragon’s Den) for his Small Business Awards.
Georgina writes a monthly column on SEN for Nursery World Magazine and her parenting and education based advice has also been featured in Metro, The Independent, Telegraph, Guardian, Daily Mail and many more publications
She also provides training and speaks at events on SEND, education and parenting.