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1. Teach Your Own Classroom: Discover The Art And Science Of Teaching

Teaching a subject that you are passionate about is a great way to position yourself as an expert, make an enduring impact on people's lives, and solidify your own understanding of a certain subject area. This course will introduce you to the art and science of teaching in a way that engages your whole audience and gives you the foundations on which to build a successful career in this area.

In this course you will:

  • Determine the subject area that want to teach
  • Identify your natural teaching skills and ones that you can improve
  • Review the science of learning
  • Identify the different learning styles and how to implement them effectively
  • Identify the keys of curriculum design
  • Identify assessment types
  • Develop clear learning objectives
  • Choose learning activities
  • Determine the materials and tools you will need to begin teaching your courses
  • Identify the steps you need to take to start a teaching business

Subject areas studied are divided into 6 modules. The course starts with guidance on how to choose the subject you wish to teach where you will learn the essential skills for effective teaching and how to improve any skills that you may be lacking.

Moving onto the science of learning, the course explains the science behind knowledge and the variation on learning styles and its effect on teaching. The design of learning experiences and curriculum is the next area that is covered in order to enable you to create your own tailored teaching lessons.

The course finishes with detailing elements you should include in your lesson plans and provide example learning activities to use in your courses, as well as tools and materials that you may need, as well as a guide to successful classroom management.

The final module will instruct you how to pull all of the above elements together into one package so you are able to sell your venture, including materials and a checklist to help you set up your business as soon as possible.

Who would benefit from the course?

This comprehensive and insightful course is aimed at those that want to begin sharing their passion in whatever subject matter that might be, in a classroom based course. Setting up your own business teaching courses can be a profitable and exciting business.

2. Teaching Assistant: Learn How To Provide Hands-On Support In The Development Of Children

Providing hands-on support in the development of children, the role of a Teaching Assistant is very rewarding as well as being challenging and varied. This course will help you decide whether this is the job for you; with information and advice about the role and how to go about filling it, should you wish to pursue a career in this area.

Most students of this course will be studying to find out if this role is something they would like to pursue as a career, the course talks about various aspects of the role. This includes information on: the qualities needed, income expectations, duties and responsibilities, safe-guarding, school politics, equality and more.

From the moment they are born, children are learning, with each of the 5 senses creating a neurological pathway with each new experience, which get stronger with repetition of the experience; forming memories. The course provides you with the theories put forward by influential psychologists about the ways children learn, the national curriculum, and developmental milestones that children should be reaching at certain ages.

Also covered in the course are the specific learning adjustments required for children with special educational needs, such as ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, autism spectrum disorder, and attachment disorder.

Paramount to the role is the ability to support the development of children under your care, the teaching assistant role is an essential part of early school life to promote effective learning both in and out of the classroom.

If you are employed as a general teaching assistant, you may find that some of your role actually takes place away from the children. Ranging from lesson preparation and creating wall display to attending administrative tasks, carrying out delegated work from teachers and taking guidance from teachers when requiring their professional expertise.

See the course syllabus for a more detailed structure.

Who Would Benefit from the Course?

This course is designed to provide information to those who are considering starting a job as a Teaching Assistant, but would first like to get a better understanding of the role and what they need to know and understand to be successful in this career.

3. Home Education: Learn The Pros And Cons Of Home-Schooling 

The Home Education Course helps students to understand how to go about educating their children themselves. The comprehensive materials will answer most, if not all, of your questions about the topic, including the pros and cons of home-schooling.

With 5 million children worldwide being home educated, more parents are exercising their right to educate their children themselves.

Students will learn how to begin home schooling your child, as well as letting you know what is required of you to do so and informing you of any educational bodies who you may, or may not, need to inform of your decision.

The Home Education Course outlines the positives, as well as the negatives, so that parents can make an informed decision on whether this is the best fit for them and their children.

‘Home Education’ does not mean one single way of teaching a child, but is rather a spectrum term that includes many different methods and theories to provide an education that fits their child. As a home educator, you can adapt your teaching to the way your child learns, so that they gain the most from the learning experience. The Home Education Course covers the various ways of learning, going through each of the following: Visual / Spatial, Verbal / Linguistic, Aural (Auditory/Musical), Physical / Kinaesthetic, Solitary (Intrapersonal), Social (Interpersonal), Logical / Mathematics, and Naturalist learning.

You will need materials and resources with which to teach. Fortunately, you can pick and choose from all the materials available in the world. The course teaches parents about some of the more common types of materials and suggests other ways that lessons can be taught, to give a more involved learning experience.

Although the need to plan each lesson is not as great as in traditional education (as you will not be teaching 20-30 children), some lessons achieve their intention more succinctly by being planned. The course talks about which lessons lend themselves well to being planned and provides several lesson plans covering different subjects, for parents to use and adapt to fit their children’s needs.

You may still have a number of questions on the subject of home education. We list some of the most common questions and answers them in-depth; dispelling the myths and incorrect beliefs surrounding the topic.

As the person who will be responsible for your children’s education, you need to be sure that it is the right choice, not only for your child/children and your family but also for you. The final module of the course talks parents through additional research, considerations, and questions you should ask yourself before making the decision to home educate.

The course ends with a conclusion and, although it is not a necessity for home educated children, a National Curriculum is also included, should some wish to use it as a way of determining when certain skills should be taught or learned.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Home Education Diploma Course is an excellent resource for parents who have been considering home schooling their child/children, as this course will answer their questions and provide a useful guide on how to get started. It is also ideal for parents who are already educating their children from home and want to improve or consolidate their existing teaching skills and experience.

4. Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People: Help To Make Positive Changes Through Knowledge

This course explains how parents, teachers, and others who care for children can help to make positive changes through knowledge, change in mindset and the implementation of effective strategies and techniques.

The Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People Diploma Course will look at what we mean by ‘challenging behaviour’ and help us to understand the reasons behind difficult behaviours in children and young people. It will help you understand that there is always a reason for any behaviour, whether it seems obvious to us or not. It is their way of communicating with us, often in the absence of having any other way to do so.

We will look at challenging behaviours across all ages and provide ways of dealing with these. We’ll cover how brain development from birth to the teenage years can account for certain behaviours, so we develop an understanding of what is going on in our children’s minds and how we can help them.

Who would benefit from this course?

The Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People Diploma Course is designed to provide parents, carers, and teachers with a better understanding of child behaviour and the knowledge of how best to deal with it. The results of this will be a vast improvement in the relationships between you and the children in your care, whether in a parental or professional role.

5. Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND): Gain Comprehensive Knowledge That Will Enable You To Utilise Teaching Methods

The Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Course is designed to arm its students with a comprehensive knowledge that will enable them to utilises a variety of teaching methods and practices to suit the different preferred learning styles of the children they teach.

Every child is different and has their own unique pattern of how they learn about the world around them. Good classroom teaching should use a variety of teaching methods to reflect the different preferred learning styles of the children in the class, and to enable every child to be able to engage in learning.

When a child has special educational needs or a disability, learning can be much harder and it doesn’t always happen as easily as it does for other children. Different styles of teaching, resources, additional equipment, or adaptations to the classroom may have to be made to enable children with additional needs in order for them to reach their full potential.

SEND – Special Educational Needs and Disability

Special Educational Needs and Disability is abbreviated to SEND, and this term will be used throughout this and the following modules of this course.

SEND education takes place in the context of current legislation, so the way it is implemented will alter from one country to the next, however, many of the principles are similar and there are commonalities in terms of best practice regardless of location.

What is a Special Educational Need or Disability?

The term “Special Educational Needs” has a legal definition that is covered by both The Education Act of 1996 and the more recent Children and Families Act of 2014. To have a Special Educational Need, a child must have a learning difficulty or learning disability that makes it significantly harder for them to learn or to access education compared to most children of the same age.

The term “Disability” also has a legal definition under the Equality Act 2010. A person has a disability if they have a physical or a mental impairment that has a “substantial” and “long-term” negative effect on their ability to do normal daily activities.

The terms “Substantial” and “Long-Term” are also defined within the same Act as being:

Substantial – more than minor or trivial. For instance, it would take someone significantly longer to complete a normal daily task such as getting dressed.

Long-term – is defined as lasting for more than 12 months.

Altogether, around 16% of all children and young people will be identified as having some form of SEN at some stage during their education, although most of them will have their educational needs successfully met within the mainstream classroom. Just over 1% of children will have a level of SEN that is so significant that they may need a specialist educational provision, such as attending a special school.

The is a lot of cross-over between special educational needs and disability, and many children who have a disability will also have an additional special educational need. However, this isn’t always the case, and every child’s need should be addressed individually.

There are many different types of educational need, and even with children who have broadly similar needs, the approaches each child will benefit from may vary widely. Here are some of the types of need that the term SEN covers:

  • A specific learning difficulty, such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyspraxia or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • A learning disability, which can be mild, moderate, severe or profound and multiple
  • A Speech and Language Disorder
  • A Sensory Processing Disorder
  • An Autistic Spectrum Disorder
  • A behavioural, emotional or social difficulty

There is sometimes confusion over the terms “Learning Difficulty” and “Learning Disability”. A learning difficulty normally refers to a specific aspect of learning, such as Dyslexia which affects the acquisition of reading skills. A Learning Disability normally refers to an Intellectual Impairment and there are different levels of Learning Disability depending on severity, ranging from Mild to Profound and Multiple.

However, many children have both a Learning Disability and at least one Learning Difficulty, as well as other disabilities or medical conditions.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Course is primarily suited to educators, parents, and those who care for children with special needs or disabilities. The course is also excellent for those who wish to begin a career within the education industry or who are interested in teaching theories and practices.

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The Teach Your Own Classroom Bundle, 5 Courses includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Teach Your Own Classroom

Module 1 – Your Subject Area and Teaching Skills

  • Part 1: Subject Areas
  • Part 2: Your Expertise
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 – The Science of Learning

  • Part 1: Learning
  • Part 2: Sensory-Specific Phrases
  • Part 3: Memory
  • Part 4: Principles of Learning
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 – Curriculum Design

  • Part 1: Curricula
  • Part 2: Learning Outcomes
  • Part 3: Formative Assessments
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 – Lessons and Activities

  • Part 1: The First Day
  • Part 2: Daily Checklist
  • Part 3: Content
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 – Classroom Management

  • Part 1: Best Practices for Classroom Management
  • Part 2: Cognitive Strategies
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Creating a Teaching Business

  • Part 1: Training Industry
  • Part 2: Marketing
  • Module 6 Assessment

Course 2 - Teaching Assistant

Module 1: What You Need To Know

  • Part 1: The role of a teaching assistant, job description, qualifications
  • Part 2: The role of the Teaching Assistant
  • Part 3: Teaching Assistant Duties
  • Part 4: Communicating and forming professional relationships
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: How Children Learn

  • Part 1: Child development including styles of learning
  • Part 2: Learning Styles
  • Part 3: Speaking and Listening
  • Part 4: Mathematics and Science
  • Part 5: National Curriculum
  • Part 6: Stages of drawing and Stages of Writing
  • Part 7: Behaviour Management
  • Part 8: 20+ tips on how to build a positive relationship with a child
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Disabilities, Difficulties and Definitions

  • Part 1: The Code of Practice
  • Part 2: Specific Learning Difficulties and ADHD
  • Part 3: Dyslexia and Dyspraxia
  • Part 4: Autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
  • Part 5: Emotional difficulties
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: How to Support Learners

  • Part 1: Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs
  • Part 2: Educational Health Care Plan
  • Part 3: Supporting the Development of Literacy and Numeracy Skills
  • Part 4: Supporting the Development of Spelling
  • Part 5: Supporting the Development of Numeracy
  • Part 6: Supporting the Development of Problem Solving
  • Part 7: Tracking pupils progress; formative and summative assessment
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Additional Duties

  • Part 1: Preparing learning environments
  • Part 2: Wall displays, Break supervision and School trips
  • Part 3: Generic Risk Assessment – all educational visits
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Preparing for Interview and Continuing Professional Development

  • Part 1: Preparing for Interview
  • Part 2: Primary School Staff: Who’s who
  • Part 3: Glossary of Special Needs
  • Part 4: Acronyms used in Education

Course 3 - Home Education

Module 1: Home Education

  • Part 1: Home Education
  • Part 2: De-registering from school
  • Part 3: LEA
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Benefits & Negatives of Home Education

  • Part 1: Benefits of Home Education
  • Part 2: More & Better Family Time
  • Part 3: Cost Savings and More
  • Part 4: Negatives of Home Education
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Spectrum of Home Education

  • Part 1: Home Education Spectrum
  • Part 2: Flexible Education Case Studies
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Learning Styles

  • Part 1: Learning Styles
  • Part 2: Aural (auditory/musical) learning
  • Part 3: Logical / Mathematics
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Materials & Resources

  • Part 1: Materials & Resources
  • Part 2: Resources
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Preparing Lessons

  • Part 1: Preparing for Home Educating
  • Part 2: Lessons
  • Part 3: English
  • Part 4: Science and History
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Mastery, Testing, Grades & University

  • Part 1: Mastery
  • Part 2: Grades & University
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Myths & Questions about Home Education

  • Part 1: Myths
  • Part 2: Questions about Home Education
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Tips, Suggestions & Advice

  • Part 1: Tips and suggestions
  • Part 2: Advice
  • Part 3: Tips
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Considering Home Education

  • Considering Home Education
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 4 - Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People

Module 1 - Defining Challenging Behaviour

  • Part 1: What is Challenging Behaviour?
  • Part 2: Where Behaviour Comes From
  • Part 3: Challenging Behaviour in Babies
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Reasons For Challenging Behaviour and How to Help

  • Part 1: Challenging Behaviour
  • Part 2: Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
  • Part 3: Tips for Parenting a Child with Reactive Attachment Disorder or Insecure Attachment
  • Part 4: Other Reasons for Certain Behaviour
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Inevitable or Preventable

  • Part 1: Inevitable Brain Development
  • Part 2: Teenage Challenges
  • Part 3: Punishment V Consequences
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Methods of Dealing With and Avoiding Challenging Behaviour

  • Part 1: Dealing With Behaviour in Toddlers
  • Part 2: Empathise With Your Child
  • Part 3: Reflective Listening
  • Part 4: Let Them Know You Care
  • Part 5: How to Ask Questions
  • Part 6: Teen Issues
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Coping Strategies and Further Prevention

  • Part 1: Be a Good Role Model
  • Part 2: Rose Coloured Glasses
  • Part 3: The Six Most Common Mistakes Parents Make
  • Part 4: Intention Setting
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Managing Challenging Behaviour in the Classroom

  • Part 1: Behaviour and Discipline
  • Part 2: Global Issues and Concerns
  • Part 3: Strategies for Success
  • Module 6 Assessment

Course 5 - Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

Module 1 Introduction

  • Part 1: Every Child is a Unique Learner
  • Part 2: Theories of Learning and Development
  • Part 3: Person-Centred Approach
  • Part 4: Working with Parents
  • Part 5: Key Learning Points
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Childhood Learning Disabilities

  • Part 1: What is a Learning Disability?
  • Part 2: Learning Disability and Education – a Historical Perspective
  • Part 3: Four Aspects of Modifying Teaching and Learning for SEND children
  • Part 4: Key Learning Points
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Autism

  • Part 1: Definition of Autism
  • Part 2: Associated Conditions
  • Part 3: Therapeutic Approaches for Managing Autism
  • Part 4: Key Learning Points
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Behavioural, Social and Emotional Difficulties

  • Part 1: Behavioural, Social and Emotional Difficulties
  • Part 2: The school day
  • Part 3: Working with Parents
  • Part 4: Anxiety, depression and other mental health issues
  • Part 5: Key workers in working with children with SEND and EBSD and their roles
  • Part 6: Key Learning Points
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Specific Learning Difficulties. Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia and Dyspraxia

  • Part 1: Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD)
  • Part 2: Dysgraphia 
  • Part 3: Dyscalculia 
  • Part 4: Dyspraxia (Developmental Co-ordination Disorder) 
  • Part 5: Key Learning Points
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Speech, Language & Communication Needs

  • Part 1: The Importance of Communication
  • Part 2: Four Main Types of Communication Disorders
  • Part 3: Communication Disorders seen in Children
  • Part 4: Key Learning Points
  • Module 6 Assessment

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Get Teach Your Own Classroom, Teaching Assistant, Home Education, Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People, and Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) in this Bundle

1. Teach Your Own Classroom: Discover The Art And Science Of Teaching

Teaching a subject that you are passionate about is a great way to position yourself as an expert, make an enduring impact on people's lives, and solidify your own understanding of a certain subject area. This course will introduce you to the art and science of teaching in a way that engages your whole audience and gives you the foundations on which to build a successful career in this area.

In this course you will:

  • Determine the subject area that want to teach
  • Identify your natural teaching skills and ones that you can improve
  • Review the science of learning
  • Identify the different learning styles and how to implement them effectively
  • Identify the keys of curriculum design
  • Identify assessment types
  • Develop clear learning objectives
  • Choose learning activities
  • Determine the materials and tools you will need to begin teaching your courses
  • Identify the steps you need to take to start a teaching business

Subject areas studied are divided into 6 modules. The course starts with guidance on how to choose the subject you wish to teach where you will learn the essential skills for effective teaching and how to improve any skills that you may be lacking.

Moving onto the science of learning, the course explains the science behind knowledge and the variation on learning styles and its effect on teaching. The design of learning experiences and curriculum is the next area that is covered in order to enable you to create your own tailored teaching lessons.

The course finishes with detailing elements you should include in your lesson plans and provide example learning activities to use in your courses, as well as tools and materials that you may need, as well as a guide to successful classroom management.

The final module will instruct you how to pull all of the above elements together into one package so you are able to sell your venture, including materials and a checklist to help you set up your business as soon as possible.

Who would benefit from the course?

This comprehensive and insightful course is aimed at those that want to begin sharing their passion in whatever subject matter that might be, in a classroom based course. Setting up your own business teaching courses can be a profitable and exciting business.

2. Teaching Assistant: Learn How To Provide Hands-On Support In The Development Of Children

Providing hands-on support in the development of children, the role of a Teaching Assistant is very rewarding as well as being challenging and varied. This course will help you decide whether this is the job for you; with information and advice about the role and how to go about filling it, should you wish to pursue a career in this area.

Most students of this course will be studying to find out if this role is something they would like to pursue as a career, the course talks about various aspects of the role. This includes information on: the qualities needed, income expectations, duties and responsibilities, safe-guarding, school politics, equality and more.

From the moment they are born, children are learning, with each of the 5 senses creating a neurological pathway with each new experience, which get stronger with repetition of the experience; forming memories. The course provides you with the theories put forward by influential psychologists about the ways children learn, the national curriculum, and developmental milestones that children should be reaching at certain ages.

Also covered in the course are the specific learning adjustments required for children with special educational needs, such as ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, autism spectrum disorder, and attachment disorder.

Paramount to the role is the ability to support the development of children under your care, the teaching assistant role is an essential part of early school life to promote effective learning both in and out of the classroom.

If you are employed as a general teaching assistant, you may find that some of your role actually takes place away from the children. Ranging from lesson preparation and creating wall display to attending administrative tasks, carrying out delegated work from teachers and taking guidance from teachers when requiring their professional expertise.

See the course syllabus for a more detailed structure.

Who Would Benefit from the Course?

This course is designed to provide information to those who are considering starting a job as a Teaching Assistant, but would first like to get a better understanding of the role and what they need to know and understand to be successful in this career.

3. Home Education: Learn The Pros And Cons Of Home-Schooling 

The Home Education Course helps students to understand how to go about educating their children themselves. The comprehensive materials will answer most, if not all, of your questions about the topic, including the pros and cons of home-schooling.

With 5 million children worldwide being home educated, more parents are exercising their right to educate their children themselves.

Students will learn how to begin home schooling your child, as well as letting you know what is required of you to do so and informing you of any educational bodies who you may, or may not, need to inform of your decision.

The Home Education Course outlines the positives, as well as the negatives, so that parents can make an informed decision on whether this is the best fit for them and their children.

‘Home Education’ does not mean one single way of teaching a child, but is rather a spectrum term that includes many different methods and theories to provide an education that fits their child. As a home educator, you can adapt your teaching to the way your child learns, so that they gain the most from the learning experience. The Home Education Course covers the various ways of learning, going through each of the following: Visual / Spatial, Verbal / Linguistic, Aural (Auditory/Musical), Physical / Kinaesthetic, Solitary (Intrapersonal), Social (Interpersonal), Logical / Mathematics, and Naturalist learning.

You will need materials and resources with which to teach. Fortunately, you can pick and choose from all the materials available in the world. The course teaches parents about some of the more common types of materials and suggests other ways that lessons can be taught, to give a more involved learning experience.

Although the need to plan each lesson is not as great as in traditional education (as you will not be teaching 20-30 children), some lessons achieve their intention more succinctly by being planned. The course talks about which lessons lend themselves well to being planned and provides several lesson plans covering different subjects, for parents to use and adapt to fit their children’s needs.

You may still have a number of questions on the subject of home education. We list some of the most common questions and answers them in-depth; dispelling the myths and incorrect beliefs surrounding the topic.

As the person who will be responsible for your children’s education, you need to be sure that it is the right choice, not only for your child/children and your family but also for you. The final module of the course talks parents through additional research, considerations, and questions you should ask yourself before making the decision to home educate.

The course ends with a conclusion and, although it is not a necessity for home educated children, a National Curriculum is also included, should some wish to use it as a way of determining when certain skills should be taught or learned.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Home Education Diploma Course is an excellent resource for parents who have been considering home schooling their child/children, as this course will answer their questions and provide a useful guide on how to get started. It is also ideal for parents who are already educating their children from home and want to improve or consolidate their existing teaching skills and experience.

4. Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People: Help To Make Positive Changes Through Knowledge

This course explains how parents, teachers, and others who care for children can help to make positive changes through knowledge, change in mindset and the implementation of effective strategies and techniques.

The Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People Diploma Course will look at what we mean by ‘challenging behaviour’ and help us to understand the reasons behind difficult behaviours in children and young people. It will help you understand that there is always a reason for any behaviour, whether it seems obvious to us or not. It is their way of communicating with us, often in the absence of having any other way to do so.

We will look at challenging behaviours across all ages and provide ways of dealing with these. We’ll cover how brain development from birth to the teenage years can account for certain behaviours, so we develop an understanding of what is going on in our children’s minds and how we can help them.

Who would benefit from this course?

The Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People Diploma Course is designed to provide parents, carers, and teachers with a better understanding of child behaviour and the knowledge of how best to deal with it. The results of this will be a vast improvement in the relationships between you and the children in your care, whether in a parental or professional role.

5. Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND): Gain Comprehensive Knowledge That Will Enable You To Utilise Teaching Methods

The Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Course is designed to arm its students with a comprehensive knowledge that will enable them to utilises a variety of teaching methods and practices to suit the different preferred learning styles of the children they teach.

Every child is different and has their own unique pattern of how they learn about the world around them. Good classroom teaching should use a variety of teaching methods to reflect the different preferred learning styles of the children in the class, and to enable every child to be able to engage in learning.

When a child has special educational needs or a disability, learning can be much harder and it doesn’t always happen as easily as it does for other children. Different styles of teaching, resources, additional equipment, or adaptations to the classroom may have to be made to enable children with additional needs in order for them to reach their full potential.

SEND – Special Educational Needs and Disability

Special Educational Needs and Disability is abbreviated to SEND, and this term will be used throughout this and the following modules of this course.

SEND education takes place in the context of current legislation, so the way it is implemented will alter from one country to the next, however, many of the principles are similar and there are commonalities in terms of best practice regardless of location.

What is a Special Educational Need or Disability?

The term “Special Educational Needs” has a legal definition that is covered by both The Education Act of 1996 and the more recent Children and Families Act of 2014. To have a Special Educational Need, a child must have a learning difficulty or learning disability that makes it significantly harder for them to learn or to access education compared to most children of the same age.

The term “Disability” also has a legal definition under the Equality Act 2010. A person has a disability if they have a physical or a mental impairment that has a “substantial” and “long-term” negative effect on their ability to do normal daily activities.

The terms “Substantial” and “Long-Term” are also defined within the same Act as being:

Substantial – more than minor or trivial. For instance, it would take someone significantly longer to complete a normal daily task such as getting dressed.

Long-term – is defined as lasting for more than 12 months.

Altogether, around 16% of all children and young people will be identified as having some form of SEN at some stage during their education, although most of them will have their educational needs successfully met within the mainstream classroom. Just over 1% of children will have a level of SEN that is so significant that they may need a specialist educational provision, such as attending a special school.

The is a lot of cross-over between special educational needs and disability, and many children who have a disability will also have an additional special educational need. However, this isn’t always the case, and every child’s need should be addressed individually.

There are many different types of educational need, and even with children who have broadly similar needs, the approaches each child will benefit from may vary widely. Here are some of the types of need that the term SEN covers:

  • A specific learning difficulty, such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyspraxia or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • A learning disability, which can be mild, moderate, severe or profound and multiple
  • A Speech and Language Disorder
  • A Sensory Processing Disorder
  • An Autistic Spectrum Disorder
  • A behavioural, emotional or social difficulty

There is sometimes confusion over the terms “Learning Difficulty” and “Learning Disability”. A learning difficulty normally refers to a specific aspect of learning, such as Dyslexia which affects the acquisition of reading skills. A Learning Disability normally refers to an Intellectual Impairment and there are different levels of Learning Disability depending on severity, ranging from Mild to Profound and Multiple.

However, many children have both a Learning Disability and at least one Learning Difficulty, as well as other disabilities or medical conditions.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Course is primarily suited to educators, parents, and those who care for children with special needs or disabilities. The course is also excellent for those who wish to begin a career within the education industry or who are interested in teaching theories and practices.

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The Teach Your Own Classroom Bundle, 5 Courses includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Teach Your Own Classroom

Module 1 – Your Subject Area and Teaching Skills

  • Part 1: Subject Areas
  • Part 2: Your Expertise
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 – The Science of Learning

  • Part 1: Learning
  • Part 2: Sensory-Specific Phrases
  • Part 3: Memory
  • Part 4: Principles of Learning
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 – Curriculum Design

  • Part 1: Curricula
  • Part 2: Learning Outcomes
  • Part 3: Formative Assessments
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 – Lessons and Activities

  • Part 1: The First Day
  • Part 2: Daily Checklist
  • Part 3: Content
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 – Classroom Management

  • Part 1: Best Practices for Classroom Management
  • Part 2: Cognitive Strategies
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Creating a Teaching Business

  • Part 1: Training Industry
  • Part 2: Marketing
  • Module 6 Assessment

Course 2 - Teaching Assistant

Module 1: What You Need To Know

  • Part 1: The role of a teaching assistant, job description, qualifications
  • Part 2: The role of the Teaching Assistant
  • Part 3: Teaching Assistant Duties
  • Part 4: Communicating and forming professional relationships
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: How Children Learn

  • Part 1: Child development including styles of learning
  • Part 2: Learning Styles
  • Part 3: Speaking and Listening
  • Part 4: Mathematics and Science
  • Part 5: National Curriculum
  • Part 6: Stages of drawing and Stages of Writing
  • Part 7: Behaviour Management
  • Part 8: 20+ tips on how to build a positive relationship with a child
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Disabilities, Difficulties and Definitions

  • Part 1: The Code of Practice
  • Part 2: Specific Learning Difficulties and ADHD
  • Part 3: Dyslexia and Dyspraxia
  • Part 4: Autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
  • Part 5: Emotional difficulties
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: How to Support Learners

  • Part 1: Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs
  • Part 2: Educational Health Care Plan
  • Part 3: Supporting the Development of Literacy and Numeracy Skills
  • Part 4: Supporting the Development of Spelling
  • Part 5: Supporting the Development of Numeracy
  • Part 6: Supporting the Development of Problem Solving
  • Part 7: Tracking pupils progress; formative and summative assessment
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Additional Duties

  • Part 1: Preparing learning environments
  • Part 2: Wall displays, Break supervision and School trips
  • Part 3: Generic Risk Assessment – all educational visits
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Preparing for Interview and Continuing Professional Development

  • Part 1: Preparing for Interview
  • Part 2: Primary School Staff: Who’s who
  • Part 3: Glossary of Special Needs
  • Part 4: Acronyms used in Education

Course 3 - Home Education

Module 1: Home Education

  • Part 1: Home Education
  • Part 2: De-registering from school
  • Part 3: LEA
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Benefits & Negatives of Home Education

  • Part 1: Benefits of Home Education
  • Part 2: More & Better Family Time
  • Part 3: Cost Savings and More
  • Part 4: Negatives of Home Education
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Spectrum of Home Education

  • Part 1: Home Education Spectrum
  • Part 2: Flexible Education Case Studies
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Learning Styles

  • Part 1: Learning Styles
  • Part 2: Aural (auditory/musical) learning
  • Part 3: Logical / Mathematics
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Materials & Resources

  • Part 1: Materials & Resources
  • Part 2: Resources
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Preparing Lessons

  • Part 1: Preparing for Home Educating
  • Part 2: Lessons
  • Part 3: English
  • Part 4: Science and History
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Mastery, Testing, Grades & University

  • Part 1: Mastery
  • Part 2: Grades & University
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Myths & Questions about Home Education

  • Part 1: Myths
  • Part 2: Questions about Home Education
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Tips, Suggestions & Advice

  • Part 1: Tips and suggestions
  • Part 2: Advice
  • Part 3: Tips
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Considering Home Education

  • Considering Home Education
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 4 - Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People

Module 1 - Defining Challenging Behaviour

  • Part 1: What is Challenging Behaviour?
  • Part 2: Where Behaviour Comes From
  • Part 3: Challenging Behaviour in Babies
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Reasons For Challenging Behaviour and How to Help

  • Part 1: Challenging Behaviour
  • Part 2: Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
  • Part 3: Tips for Parenting a Child with Reactive Attachment Disorder or Insecure Attachment
  • Part 4: Other Reasons for Certain Behaviour
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Inevitable or Preventable

  • Part 1: Inevitable Brain Development
  • Part 2: Teenage Challenges
  • Part 3: Punishment V Consequences
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Methods of Dealing With and Avoiding Challenging Behaviour

  • Part 1: Dealing With Behaviour in Toddlers
  • Part 2: Empathise With Your Child
  • Part 3: Reflective Listening
  • Part 4: Let Them Know You Care
  • Part 5: How to Ask Questions
  • Part 6: Teen Issues
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Coping Strategies and Further Prevention

  • Part 1: Be a Good Role Model
  • Part 2: Rose Coloured Glasses
  • Part 3: The Six Most Common Mistakes Parents Make
  • Part 4: Intention Setting
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Managing Challenging Behaviour in the Classroom

  • Part 1: Behaviour and Discipline
  • Part 2: Global Issues and Concerns
  • Part 3: Strategies for Success
  • Module 6 Assessment

Course 5 - Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

Module 1 Introduction

  • Part 1: Every Child is a Unique Learner
  • Part 2: Theories of Learning and Development
  • Part 3: Person-Centred Approach
  • Part 4: Working with Parents
  • Part 5: Key Learning Points
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Childhood Learning Disabilities

  • Part 1: What is a Learning Disability?
  • Part 2: Learning Disability and Education – a Historical Perspective
  • Part 3: Four Aspects of Modifying Teaching and Learning for SEND children
  • Part 4: Key Learning Points
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Autism

  • Part 1: Definition of Autism
  • Part 2: Associated Conditions
  • Part 3: Therapeutic Approaches for Managing Autism
  • Part 4: Key Learning Points
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Behavioural, Social and Emotional Difficulties

  • Part 1: Behavioural, Social and Emotional Difficulties
  • Part 2: The school day
  • Part 3: Working with Parents
  • Part 4: Anxiety, depression and other mental health issues
  • Part 5: Key workers in working with children with SEND and EBSD and their roles
  • Part 6: Key Learning Points
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Specific Learning Difficulties. Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia and Dyspraxia

  • Part 1: Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD)
  • Part 2: Dysgraphia 
  • Part 3: Dyscalculia 
  • Part 4: Dyspraxia (Developmental Co-ordination Disorder) 
  • Part 5: Key Learning Points
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Speech, Language & Communication Needs

  • Part 1: The Importance of Communication
  • Part 2: Four Main Types of Communication Disorders
  • Part 3: Communication Disorders seen in Children
  • Part 4: Key Learning Points
  • Module 6 Assessment

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Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

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