This handy little booklet has been written by multi-sensory teaching expert, Dr Susie Nyman. Susie has over 25yrs experience teaching sciences and as an SEN teacher at Farnborough Sixth Form College and The Oratory School in Reading. As with Susie’s talks, this booklet is packed with practical ideas for you to use straight away in the classroom or at home. Read more about Dr Nyman here.
Demonstrating 40 different techniques, this booklet will not only help you present information in varied and effective ways to your pupils but will make your life easier by keeping all your ideas in one place. In addition, it gives you a log of teaching techniques you have used, how they were received and an assessment of their impact – great for Ofsted school inspections.
Susie is passionate about discovering how children learn. As the Curriculum Manager for Health and Social Care at The Sixth Form College Farnborough, she constantly strives to raise students’ achievements and to support them in ways which enable them to succeed.
Susie works with students on an individual basis or with small groups delivering workshops using a range of innovative and multi sensory teaching techniques to assist their learning including her ‘Equality and Diversity Tree’ and famous puppets!
In addition to her teaching, Susie has been asked to provide seminars and INSET training for PGCE students at her alma mater on ‘Teaching A level Biology and Health and Social Care’ and in a number of local schools and colleges on teaching strategies.
Susie has presented at many different conferences, including The Learning Differences Convention in Australia, The TES SEN Show London, TES SEN Show North, The Helen Arkell Centre and Bell House Dyslexia Centre as well as producing videos for the British Dyslexia Association and Oaka Books.