1. How do I adapt my teaching?
Quality First Teaching
The highest quality teaching and learning in the classroom is fundamental to supporting the access, progress and attainment of all learners, including those with literacy difficulties such as dyslexia. This is often referred to as Quality First Teaching and is a universal entitlement. The revised Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Code of Practice (2014) reminds us that inclusion happens in the classroom and that we are all teachers of special educational needs. Every teacher is responsible and accountable for the progress and development of the learners in their class, even when those learners have support from teaching assistants or other specialists.