Stirling Management Centre, 18 March 2011
Learning and Teaching Scotland, in partnership with CALL Scotland are hosting this learning day.
The purposes of the conference are:
· to support teachers, early years practitioners and senior managers to improve access to the curriculum for pupils with print disabilities who need print to be in accessible alternative formats.
· to give strategic managers and practitioners the chance to learn about these developments and discuss how to implement them in their own context to ensure best value
· to encourage individuals in their authorities to share their learning with colleagues to sustain and expand work in this area.
Significant developments have taken place to make it easier for pupils and teachers to find existing accessible resources, to use them with pupils, to make them if they don’t already exist and to share them under new copyright arrangements. These developments will help authorities and schools to meet their equality and accessibility responsibilities.
LTS plans to involve colleagues from Scottish Government, HMIE, CALL Scotland, SQA, CLA, RNIB and publishers as well as managers and practitioners. This partnership event is aimed at both educational practitioners and strategic personnel.
To reserve a place at this event please contact Anne Marie Lamont at a.lamont@LTScotland.org.uk.