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									Special educational
                                  Session 11
needs and/or disabilities
Training toolkit



   Areas of need set out in the
   SEN Code of Practice


  Introducing behavioural,
  emotional and
  social difficulties
Learning outcomes
You will understand:
− the terminology used to describe BESD
− the multiple causes of BESD
− how behaviour gives messages about concerns and
  unmet needs
− how to respond to BESD by examining the antecedents
  and consequences of behaviours
− the factors that teachers can influence and those that require
  a multi-agency response
− possible sources of support


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Introducing behavioural, emotional and social difficulties
Areas of need set out in the SEN Code of Practice
Activity 1

Learning outcomes

You will:
− become familiar with terminology used to
  describe BESD
− understand that BESD has multiple causes




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Introducing behavioural, emotional and social difficulties
Areas of need set out in the SEN Code of Practice
Terminology

− Special educational needs (SEN) − behavioural,
  emotional and social difficulties (BESD)
− Mental health difficulties, mental illness or disorder,
  emotional disturbance, psychological disturbance
− Disaffection




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Introducing behavioural, emotional and social difficulties
Areas of need set out in the SEN Code of Practice
Activity 2

Learning outcome

You will learn how to respond appropriately to students’
BESD by considering what their behaviour suggests
about their concerns and unmet needs




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Introducing behavioural, emotional and social difficulties
Areas of need set out in the SEN Code of Practice
Maslow’s hierarchy of needs

                                                Self-
                                            actualisation


                                            Self-esteem


                                Love, affection and belonging



                                           Safety needs



                               Physiological or survival needs


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Introducing behavioural, emotional and social difficulties
Areas of need set out in the SEN Code of Practice
Activity 3

Learning outcome

You will understand how to respond to students’ BESD
by examining antecedents and consequences for
particular behaviours




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Introducing behavioural, emotional and social difficulties
Areas of need set out in the SEN Code of Practice
An ABC model

− Antecedents                            the context for the behaviour
− Behaviour                              the precise action that raises
                                         concern about a student
− Consequences                           what usually happens afterwards




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Introducing behavioural, emotional and social difficulties
Areas of need set out in the SEN Code of Practice
Activity 4

Learning outcome

You will know how to respond appropriately to
students’ BESD by considering those factors that
you may be able to influence, and those that require
a multi-agency response




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Introducing behavioural, emotional and social difficulties
Areas of need set out in the SEN Code of Practice
Activity 5

Learning outcomes

You will:
− reflect on the session, and
− identify key points of action for yourself




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Introducing behavioural, emotional and social difficulties
Areas of need set out in the SEN Code of Practice

								
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