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Autism: Researching Practice  – Sarah Seleznyov

The Autism: Researching Practice used the structure of Research Learning Communities (Brown, 2017) to enable practitioners to connect with research on learners with autism.  Pairs of senior leaders and teachers in nine London primary schools and early years settings were supported to develop their understanding of the needs of pupils with autism in their schools and to design interventions to change practice and improve pupil learning. Participants were shown how to work their way through a research cycle, which explored what worked for their pupils, families and teachers, in their own contexts.  This presentation explores the impact of the project on schools, teachers and pupils.

Sarah Seleznyov, Mrs

Alliance Director at London South Teaching School Alliance

Sarah Seleznyov has worked in London schools for over 25 years. She has been a Deputy Head, a School Improvement Consultant and still works as a School Improvement Partner. Before leading the alliance, she worked at The London Centre for...