Offering a clear but critical overview and interrogation of the Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Code of Practice 2015, this book provides the context for understanding recent developments in SEND policy reform. It also considers implications for SEND professionalism and partnership working. The book also successfully links policy and theory to practice and has a focus on professional ethics. This book is aimed primarily at higher level students on Masters and professionals engaged in Continuing Professional Development (CPD), and is supported by chapter objectives, case studies, summaries of key concepts and annotated further reading suggestions.
Chapter 10: Working with the Individual
Working with the Individual
- To revisit some of the significant opportunities, dilemmas and challenges of partnership working under the 2015 Code, where individuals are the focus and central concern.
- To consider ethical implications of the child-centred and ...