Dr Amelia Roberts will look at Thinking Skills approaches and consider how these can be utilised to support young people with SEND during times of uncertainty. She will cover classroom approaches to support learning and consider how some of these might be deployed to support wellbeing and decision-making.
Dr. Amelia Roberts is a Principal Teaching Fellow at UCL, Deputy Director of UCL Centre for Inclusive Education and UCL Institute of Education’s Vice Dean (Enterprise). Dr Amelia Roberts’ research focuses on knowledge exchange and reflective practice to support teachers of vulnerable pupils and covers inclusive education, Lesson Study, Autism and whole school approaches to Social, Emotional and Mental Health. She is currently part of the research team on ‘Wellbeing and Behaviour: Identifying interventions for positive participation for young people at risk of exclusion in school in order to reduce adverse long term societal impact
Amelia has worked with the Department for Education on a number of projects, including co-writing two reports for Whole School SEND and is currently an Inclusion Expert for the Standards and Testing Agency. She has spoken recently on Sky News, BBC South East today and BBC Radio. As part of her UCL role, she regularly visits the Falkland Islands and has worked with UNICEF in the Sultanate of Oman on an ‘Inclusive Classrooms’ project and an inclusive education project evaluation in Moldova with JK Rowling’s charity ‘The Lumos Foundation’.
Starts 19/11/2020 00:00
to 19/11/2020 00:00
100 places available
Price £10.00 | 100 places available
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