Support for Learning

Cover image for Vol. 31 Issue 2

Edited By: Philip Garner

Online ISSN: 1467-9604

Associated Title(s): British Journal of Special Education, Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs

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Nasen Live provides the opportunity for SENCOs, teachers and all practitioners to refresh and update their knowledge, learn from evidence-based practice and feel supported throughout the coming year.

With a professional community of ongoing support for everyone attending, and a whole range of opportunities for delegates to learn and examine what good practice looks like, delegates can plan their school training day around the seminar programme and briefings.

What better way to spend a day immersed in SEND expertise, enthusiasm and support?
This year nasen Live is being held on 29 - 30 April in an exciting new venue

The Royal Armouries in Leeds is a multi-million pound venue located at Leeds Dock – a vibrant, flexible, contemporary workspace only a short distance from the centre of Leeds. Read more about the venue here .

To broaden the audience of visitors, and to improve accessibility for those who find it difficult to take time out of their busy working week to attend, nasen Live will be held on a Saturday for the first time.


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If you're interested in submitting to SfL, read the SfLOnline Submission Pack, including Author Guidelines and free Example Articles.

Notes for Institutional Subscribers

Institutional subscribers to Support for Learning also receive FREE access to nasen's online journal - Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs (JORSEN).  A combined subscription including both Support for Learning and British Journal of Special Education is also available.  Please click here for further Support for Learning subscription information.

Philanthropic Initiatives

Support for Learning is available at low or no cost in over 5,000 institutions in developing countries via the international development charity, INASP, and the UN's Research4Life programmes, which strive to strengthen the availability, access and use of international research information by researchers in developing countries.

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