Learning Shared: Podcast

Welcome to the LearningShared Podcast

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The aim of the LearningShared podcast is to shine a light on creative, inspiring ideas and effective practice that supports the holistic development of children, young people and adults – especially those with special educational needs and disabilities or any form of additional learning needs.

During episodes, we’ll be hearing from and talking with a wide range of colleagues who are doing wonderful and inspiring things to change the lives of some of the most vulnerable learners in our society.

Together we’ll learn about, explore, discuss and debate interesting ideas, effective practice,  developments and important issues in the realm of education, development and wellbeing.

With that in mind, please get in touch if you have you’d like to suggest a topic for a future episode. Or if you’d like to be involved in any way.

You can email us: learningshared@theteachercloud.net

Tweet/follow us: @_learningshared

Tweet/follow us: @EfL_Insights

LearningShared on Facebook: www.facebook.com/learningsharedpodcast 

LearningShared on Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/showcase/learningshared

The LearningShared podcast is brought to you by Evidence for Learning and The EfL SEND Community – a growing community of teachers, practitioners, school leaders, researchers and academics that support children, young people and adults with special educational needs and disabilities or any form of additional learning needs.

You can find out more about the EfL SEND Community at https://www.evidenceforlearning.net/eflsendcommunity

The LearningShared podcast is FREE and available to download at all usual podcast outlets.

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