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Working Memory and Auditory Processing: Differentiating for Inclusion

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The Differentiating for Inclusion series is designed to narrow the gap between children with SEND and their peers. Books in this series offer teachers helpful guidance in identifying both what children can already do and what specific targets they need support to achieve. The positive approach of structured, small step targets, together with activities for teaching these, will ensure that all children with SEND make accelerated progress. The books are all written by experienced practitioners.

Target ladders: Working Memory and Auditor Processing , Kate Ruttle, addresses seven key areas of challenge for children with working memory and auditory processing difficulties:

  • Auditory processing and exploring sound
  • Auditory processing for phonological development
  • Auditory processing for communication
  • Auditory memory
  • Visual spatial memory
  • Kinaesthetic memory
  • Memory, attention and organisation

Helpful checklists and practical advice for creating classrooms suitable for children with working memory and auditory processing difficulties make this an ideal resource for the busy teacher.

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The Differentiating for Inclusion series is designed to narrow the gap between children with SEND and their peers. Books in this series offer teachers helpful guidance in identifying both what children can already do and what specific targets they need support to achieve. The positive approach of structured, small step targets, together with activities for teaching these, will ensure that all children with SEND make accelerated progress. The books are all written by experienced practitioners.

Target ladders: Working Memory and Auditor Processing , Kate Ruttle, addresses seven key areas of challenge for children with working memory and auditory processing difficulties:

  • Auditory processing and exploring sound
  • Auditory processing for phonological development
  • Auditory processing for communication
  • Auditory memory
  • Visual spatial memory
  • Kinaesthetic memory
  • Memory, attention and organisation

Helpful checklists and practical advice for creating classrooms suitable for children with working memory and auditory processing difficulties make this an ideal resource for the busy teacher.

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