Qualified Tutor Podcast

Access Arrangements and How to Work Effectively with SEND Students

February 11, 2021 Hazel Barnett Episode 49
Qualified Tutor Podcast
Access Arrangements and How to Work Effectively with SEND Students
Chapters
4:20
What kind of a learner were you?
6:25
How should we be assessing our students?
9:05
Hazel’s SENCO work in schools
15:01
Learning difficulties
19:39
The definition of a disability
21:27
In focus: Dyslexia
24:01
How would a tutor, or a school, go about signposting extra support for a student to parents?
26:39
How would we find someone with your level of expertise in a school?
28:16
Study skills
31:55
Multi-sensory learning
38:39
Dyslexia and the power of pattern-spotting
Qualified Tutor Podcast
Access Arrangements and How to Work Effectively with SEND Students
Feb 11, 2021 Episode 49
Hazel Barnett

"We strengthen learning difficulties by interventions and we accommodate them by access arrangements"

As those of you in the Community will know, Hazel Barnett has a wealth of experience in the tutoring field. An active and engaged member, Hazel draws on her M.Ed. in Maths Education and Dyslexia to find solutions to every issue, concern and query for students and fellow tutors alike.

For those not in the Community, let this be an incentive to join in the discussion!

An expert in dyslexia and access arrangements in schools, this conversation dives into the work of a SENCO (if you don't know what this is, you'll find the answer at [9:05]), what our method of assessment in schools should be and the key aspects of various learning difficulties.

Hazel has also taken the time to write two hugely informative blogs:

If you would like to be part of the UK's first ever Level 3 Qualification in Tutoring, enrol now by clicking here and be the first in a new crop of motivated, committed, qualified tutors. Over 8 hours of workshop-style sessions led by industry experts, you'll set yourself apart in a crowded space.

If you want to have your voice heard, learn more about online tutoring and participate in engaging discussion while meeting other, like-minded tutors, visit https://www.qualifiedtutorcommunity.org/ and join the conversation today.

We can't wait to see you there.

Don't forget to review the show (on Apple, preferably!) - we'd love to hear how you found the advice, guidance and discussions inside.

πŸ₯‡ The website: https://www.qualifiedtutor.org/
πŸŽ™ The Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/thequalifiedtutor/
πŸ’» The LinkedIn page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-qualified-tutor/
πŸ“± The Twitter page: https://twitter.com/qualified_tutor
πŸŽ₯ The YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQqgX9tvzFz0_wL9Vj_KHIQ
πŸ“· The Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/qualified_tutor/

🎧 And thank you as ever to Luke Tierney for the sophisticated soundtrack

Show Notes Chapter Markers

"We strengthen learning difficulties by interventions and we accommodate them by access arrangements"

As those of you in the Community will know, Hazel Barnett has a wealth of experience in the tutoring field. An active and engaged member, Hazel draws on her M.Ed. in Maths Education and Dyslexia to find solutions to every issue, concern and query for students and fellow tutors alike.

For those not in the Community, let this be an incentive to join in the discussion!

An expert in dyslexia and access arrangements in schools, this conversation dives into the work of a SENCO (if you don't know what this is, you'll find the answer at [9:05]), what our method of assessment in schools should be and the key aspects of various learning difficulties.

Hazel has also taken the time to write two hugely informative blogs:

If you would like to be part of the UK's first ever Level 3 Qualification in Tutoring, enrol now by clicking here and be the first in a new crop of motivated, committed, qualified tutors. Over 8 hours of workshop-style sessions led by industry experts, you'll set yourself apart in a crowded space.

If you want to have your voice heard, learn more about online tutoring and participate in engaging discussion while meeting other, like-minded tutors, visit https://www.qualifiedtutorcommunity.org/ and join the conversation today.

We can't wait to see you there.

Don't forget to review the show (on Apple, preferably!) - we'd love to hear how you found the advice, guidance and discussions inside.

πŸ₯‡ The website: https://www.qualifiedtutor.org/
πŸŽ™ The Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/thequalifiedtutor/
πŸ’» The LinkedIn page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-qualified-tutor/
πŸ“± The Twitter page: https://twitter.com/qualified_tutor
πŸŽ₯ The YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQqgX9tvzFz0_wL9Vj_KHIQ
πŸ“· The Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/qualified_tutor/

🎧 And thank you as ever to Luke Tierney for the sophisticated soundtrack

What kind of a learner were you?
How should we be assessing our students?
Hazel’s SENCO work in schools
The definition of a disability
In focus: Dyslexia
How would a tutor, or a school, go about signposting extra support for a student to parents?
Multi-sensory learning
Dyslexia and the power of pattern-spotting