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Susan Zurawski has been a specialist in teaching students with significant challenges for 20 years. She is currently teaching with the Chignecto Central School Board in Nova Scotia, Canada. She has a Masters Degree in Severe/Profound Special Education from Boston College and a Masters Degree from Mount Saint Vincent University specialising in education for Diverse Learners.1 Articles
Sarah Marks has been the Director of Education at MyCognition for a year. She is an advocate of a skills-based approach to learning and has presented at various events about the importance of cognitive health in education. Previously, she worked for Service Children’s Education as a primary school teacher specialising in science, special educational needs and working with autistic students.1 Articles
Sam Flatman is an outdoor learning specialist and an Educational Consultant for Pentagon Play. Sam has been designing school playground equipment for the past 10 years and has a passion for outdoor education. He believes that outdoor learning is an essential part of child development, which should be integrated into the school curriculum at every opportunity. @samflatman1 Articles
Sandra Thistlethwaite, is a qualified specialist speech and language therapist (SSLT) with over 20 years’ experience of working in the field of AAC and AT. She currently works for Inclusive Technology where, as well as contributing to other software titles and products, she created and designed the Inclusive Eye Gaze Learning Curve and eyeMouse Play.1 Articles
Carolyn Blackburn has worked in a range of educational settings from early years to secondary and in both mainstream and special education. She has co-authored two books and numerous articles on FASD and given lectures about FASD to education, health and social care professionals, nationally and internationally.1 Articles
Andrew Sutton was once a psychologist, advocate for children’s and parents’ rights and student of Soviet education. In the 1980s he created awareness of Conductive Education in the UK and then helped spread this overseas. He also chaired the Editorial Board of the UK magazine Special Children. He now blogs, publishes, and still hopes for better times.1 Articles