“Julius Segal’s work on the factors that help kids overcome adversity is particularly powerful. He found that the common denominator among kids who’d overcome great hardship to succeed was the presence of a “charismatic adult” in their lives. Segal defined that person as an “adult from whom children gather strength,” and specifically said often that person is a teacher.”
This is a blog post describing some latest analysis of data: data-driven groupings of children with attention problems
Here is a list of publications complete with a discount
A study on the ‘mobilise project’
Some top tips here to improve provision using TAs
New research findings from the EEF finds that SEND education is too dependent on TAs
And here is a recently released guide to using TAs
This report has some recommendations that brings a new perspective to literacy development. Very interesting for teachers of all subjects.
And a blog by Alex Quigley on the implications of this report
Here is a site that shows you what a dyslexic person sees. Very enlightening.