SEND Using the toolbox for the first time

ITRAC tools copy Part 1 Using the Audit Tool – an interactive and reflective session

Part 2 Using the Toolkit to address gaps that emerge from the audit

How to maximise use of the NASBTT ITT SEND Toolkit

NASBTT Operational Definitions for the NASBTT ITT SEND Toolkit Audit (March 2017)

NASBTT ITT SEND Toolkit – iTRAC

NASBTT ITT SEND Audit Tool (March 2017) pdf

NASBTT ITT SEND Audit Tool (March 2017)  docx

 

Proceed to toolkit

Resources for each concept are organised using the iTRAC symbols below

I – Information

ITRAC information Factual knowledge and/or information.
Audience:
ITT Provider, Teacher Educators, Trainees, and Partners (schools and universities)

T – Tool

ITRAC tools copy An instrument to aid and support ITT Providers, Teacher Educators or Partnerships in developing trainees.
Audience:
ITT Providers and Partners (schools and universities)

R – Research

ITRAC research copy Studious inquiry or examination of studies and information; exploring investigations and studies aimed to evaluate practice and facts, revision and review of accepted theories and legislation in the light of new evidence and information and how this needs to translate into practice, or the practical application of such new theories or legislation.
Audience:
ITT Provider, Teacher Educators, Trainees, and Partners (schools and universities)

A – Active Learning Task

ITRAC active learning task A similar process actually or potentially involving imaginative function; an educational procedure designed to stimulate learning by first-hand experience.
Audience:
ITT Provider, Teacher Educators, Trainees, and Partners (schools and universities)

C – Case Study

ITRAC case study An intensive analysis of a focus, study or individual unit outlining and stressing developmental factors in relation to environment.
Audience:
ITT Provider, Teacher Educators, Trainees, and Partners (schools and universities)