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Dyslexia - What's the deal?

Dyslexia - What's the deal?

Published on: 07 May 2022

Have you seen your child or student struggle to read or make sense of what they are reading? Do they get super frustrated, angry and lash out? Research from the World Health organisation  shows Dyslexia to effects up to 20 % of the population. That’s 2 in every 10 people!!!   So what is Dyslexia? "Dyslexia is a {genetically linked} learning disorder that affects your ability to read, spell, write, and speak" WebMD But it's not as simple as that. Dyslexia causes the brain to process information in a convoluted manner= meaning simply that people with

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Making sense of a return to school after a chaotic couple of years.

Making sense of a return to school after a chaotic couple of years.

Published on: 07 May 2022

Making sense of a return to school after a chaotic couple of years; Pandemic Tales. Returning to school after the pandemic has been a difficult process for all students, more so for those with special needs. So as educators what can we do to support this transition back into the classroom. Let’s explore some tips that could be useful in coping with these changes. Looks Familiar!!!!!!! What you can do: 1. Change-understanding and supporting it Most people struggle with change and are not comfortable with it. Returning to school means, new schedules, new teachers, n

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Hyposensitivty- What's the Deal?

Hyposensitivty- What's the Deal?

Published on: 30 Nov -0001

Does your child seek constant stimulation? Jumping from a height, listening to super loud music or staring into bright light? In 2020 The National Library of Medicaine in the US reported that up to 1 in 6 children are effected by Sensory Processing issues.  So what is Hyposensitivity? "Hyposensitivity means that your child may have a small reaction to sensory input - i.e. they are not very sensitive” according to the Sensory Toolbox.  Everyone experiences sensation differently and most of us are somewhere in the middle of a spectrum but some children polarise to the

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Autism - What's the Deal?

Autism - What's the Deal?

Published on: 04 Jun 2022

Is your child quirky? Do they have sensory issues, find it hard to relate to people? Do they have stellar focus and concentration? Are they genius in certain areas?  Is your child Autistic? The World Health Ortganisation estimates that 1 in every 100 children has autism.  So what is Autism? Autism – also referred to as autism spectrum disorder ? constitutes a diverse group of conditions related to development of the brain. Characteristics may be detected in early childhood, but autism is often not diagnosed until much later. The abilities and needs of autistic peopl

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Blog - A SENDCo's Guide for Back to School

Blog - A SENDCo's Guide for Back to School

Published on: 17 Aug 2022

As we prepare to return to a new academic year there are a million things to get ready as a SENDCo- here is a reminder of some of the top prioirities to prepare before our students return to campus - I hope it is helpful! info@incluzun.com Subject title "SENDCo Guide PDF" Policies Review your schools policies at least every two years Inclusion / Admissions / Safeguarding / G&T ·      Policies must be maintained with clear, unambiguous language in line with regulatory guidelines. ·      Inclusion Policy must name the qualified and licensed  teacher a

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Jan 2022 Inclusion & Wellbeing Newsletter

Jan 2022 Inclusion & Wellbeing Newsletter

Published on: 05 Oct 2022

Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter January 2022 - Latest Recording HERE  Al Ain Zoo Virtual Zoo Program The Virtual Zoo program is a great source of fun and engaging resources for students of all ages. The program aims to share a lot of scientific information in an interactive way and share the importance of conservation with students through light-hearted chats and engaging examples, and there are special animal guests that education officers bring along to enable students to get in touch with nature. Find out more Here   New Book on Hatta released by

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Feb Inclusion & Wellbeing Newsletter

Feb Inclusion & Wellbeing Newsletter

Published on: 05 Oct 2022

Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter February 2022 - Latest Recording HERE 6 Ways to Communicate Better With Parents of Students With Learning Differences During the pandemic, it’s been harder than ever to bridge the communication gap between families and schools, especially during remote learning. This article looks at how we can improve our communication and support families and students in a meaningful way. Check it out HERE UAE: Professor develops new Mars atlas with Hope Probe data A professor at New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) ha

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Mar inclusion & Wellbeing Newsletter

Mar inclusion & Wellbeing Newsletter

Published on: 05 Oct 2022

Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter March 2022 - Latest Recording HERE Supporting more able learners You will have already discovered that all pupils need high levels of challenge on a daily basis, but this can sometimes be more difficult for the highest attainers – sometimes called ‘more able’ learners. Building a secure learning environment in which the teacher has high expectations and creates regular opportunities for stretch and challenge will lead to engaging learning for your highest attainers, the whole class, and for you. You should seek to challeng

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April 2022 Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter

April 2022 Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter

Published on: 05 Oct 2022

Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter April 2022 - Latest Recording HERE Supporting Autistic Traits for Autism Awareness Month Some children with ASD have a hard time applying what they’ve learned in one setting (such as the therapist’s office or school) to others, including the home. For example, the child may use sign language at school to communicate, but never think to do so at home. Creating consistency in your child’s environment is the best way to reinforce learning. Find out what your child’s therapists are doing and continue their techniques at home

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May 2022 Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter

May 2022 Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter

Published on: 05 Oct 2022

  Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter May 2022 - Latest Recording HERE World Day for Cultural Diversity Living in the UAE we have one of the world’s richest populations of culturally diverse peoples. Held every year on 21 May, the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development celebrates not only the richness of the world’s cultures, but also the essential role of intercultural dialogue for achieving peace and sustainable development. The United Nations General Assembly first declared this World Day in 2002, following UNESCO’s adoption of the

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June 2022 Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter

June 2022 Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter

Published on: 05 Oct 2022

  Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter June 2022 - Latest Recording HERE Global Day of Parents The Global Day of Parents is celebrated on the 1st of June every year. UN General Assembly proclaimed this day in 2012 by passing a resolution and honours parents for their relentless support, sacrifice and commitments towards their children.   LinkedIn add Dyslexia as a skill to their jobs section LinkedIN review their employability skills to include Dyslexic Thinking. Sir Richard Branson has hailed LinkedIn's decision to recognise the term "Dyslexi

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September 2022 Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter (1).pdf

September 2022 Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter (1).pdf

Published on: 05 Oct 2022

Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter September 2022 - Latest Recording HERE Please do follow our and Incluzun Raise funds for Cancer research through K2 climb Incluzun spent 22 days climbing the world’s deadliest peak in a bid to raise awareness and funds for cancer research. Reaching the monetary goal, there was a huge celebration at K2 Base Camp. In support of Aj Jalia Foundation and through Yalla Give. See the photos of this epic journey HERE. Please like and share!

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October 2022 Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter

October 2022 Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter

Published on: 05 Oct 2022

Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter October 2022 - Latest Recording HERE Please do follow our  and World Teachers Day 5th October World Teachers' Day is celebrated on 5 October every year in the whole world to commemorate the anniversary of the adoption of the ILO/UNESCO Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers in 1966. No doubt this Recommendation sets benchmarks regarding the rights and responsibilities of teachers, education, recruitment, employment, etc. Teachers are the primary careers of our most vulnerable students and are integral to their inc

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November 2022 Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter

November 2022 Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter

Published on: 01 Nov 2022

Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter November 2022 - Latest Recording HERE Please do follow our and     November 3: World Jellyfish Day Did you know that a group of jellyfish can be called a bloom, a swarm, or a smack? Despite the word “fish” in their names, jellyfish are not actually fish. No bones about it, they are invertebrates! Besides their lack of bones, jellyfish also lack a brain. Instead, they have a network of nerves, but no central nervous system. When feeding, jellyfish use their tentacles to sting their prey – they eat plankton. But what e

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Innovations in Inclusive Education to suport the upcoming Inspection Framework

Innovations in Inclusive Education to suport the upcoming Inspection Framework

Published on: 31 Oct 2022

Innovations in Inclusive Education to suport the upcoming Inspection Framework     A question on the tip of principals’ tongues across the Emirates revolves around Inclusive Education and how we can make it better. With the new Inspection Framework under development that boasts a full Performance Standard dedicated to Inclusion.   A recent article in the Journal of Educational Administration speaks about Principals' perspectives of inclusive education. Asking the question: “how can we develop and embed a true ethos of inclusivity that is no

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Published on: 16 Nov 2022

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December 2022 Inclusion & Wellbeing Newsletter

December 2022 Inclusion & Wellbeing Newsletter

Published on: 01 Dec 2022

Inclusion & Wellbeing Forum Newsletter December 2022 - Latest Recording HERE Please do follow our and     December 2: UAE National Day National Day is celebrated every year on December 2 in the UAE, to mark the day in 1971 during which founder Sheikh Zayed united six of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates.                This Month’s Winners for Wellbeing Wednesday       FITHUB is the UAE's premier luxurious gym where women can enjoy amazing facilities in a quiet space with a huge range of

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