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SEND research projects investigated the use of mobile phones and tablets for learners with autism spectrum condition. They also examined how best to design a curriculum and learning resources for learners with specific learning difficulties, resulting in practical guidance. The SEND Exhibition site is also full of up-to-date curriculum, learning and learner support resources to help you improve and develop your SEND provision.

Creating accessible learning resources

Assessing autism and providing strategies for tutors, including individual plans.

Mobile phones: Can they support dyslexic students in retaining information from lessons?

Exploring the effectiveness of different uses of tablet computers for adult learners with autism spectrum condition studying Functional Skills English

The Exploration and Identification of Mobile Phone Apps to Assist Students with Specific Learning Difficulties in their Learning (SpLD

Assessing levels of dyslexia amongst multilingual learners in order to improve teaching practice, target setting and achievement

Exploring and overcoming barriers to learning experienced by adult learners on the autistic spectrum studying Functional Skills English.

“Everybody is beautiful” celebrating equality and diversity in a curriculum for students on the Autistic spectrum with difficulties with empathy