Creating a Communication Friendly Classroom
What will you learn?
This module will explore adaptations you can make to your classroom environment to ensure that it's inclusive and accessible for every student in your class. A classroom that makes adaptations is especially beneficial for children with special education needs and those with speech, language and communication difficulties.
Making Your Classroom Communication Friendly
Space, Light, and Layout
Controlling Noise Levels in the Classroom
Using Visuals in the Classroom
Using Makaton in the Classroom
The Role of Adults When Creating a Communication Friendly Classroom
Creating Opportunities to Communicate
Speech & Language Therapist
Emily is a qualified speech and language therapist who has experience of working closely with children who have a range of SLCN including stammering, language disorders and SEMH. Emily has supported children in a variety of settings including specialist provisions and is passionate about creating positive and inclusive environments. Emily is an advocate for ensuring that all children have a voice and can communicate effectively with those around them