Designing a science activity for people with additional needs can seem like a daunting task. Dr Sarah Bearchell doesn’t think so. She’ll be sharing examples of projects she has done and the challenges she has faced along the way. Then we’ll turn our thoughts to how you can make your work more Special Educational Needs (SEN) friendly. If you want your presentations to be more inclusive, this session is a great first step!
Dr Sarah Bearchell is an award-winning science specialist at Sarah’s Adventures in Science. She won the 2014 Josh Award for her work with children with Special Educational Needs, she ran science activities for CBeebies with Jon Wood and created resources for use in Special Needs Schools for BBC Terrific Scientific. Sarah now works with The Curiosity Box to develop exciting activities for their science-by-post service.
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