With the unprecedented nationwide closure of schools in response to the current Coronavirus Crisis, hundreds of […]
Appears in Portal pic
A School of Education Seminar hosted by the Learning Sciences Research Institute
We’ll describe how young people with hearing loss can reach their potential through appropriate hearing technologies and an inclusive school environment. Through case studies we’ll explore key challenges in the early years, primary and at secondary along with some practical strategies to support them.
This seminar will look at some of the effects of brain injuries on learning and will focus on how the parents of children with brain injuries can be involved in their child’s development.
Presented by Dr Alison Clark-Wilson and Professor Celia Hoyles, University College London.
This seminar is hosted by the Centre for International Education and UNEVOC as part of the U21@21 celebrations.