Mode of learning : Online - Self Paced
Domain / Subject : Education
Function : Teaching
Trainer name : Nadine Shome
Difficulty : Medium
How to teach children with learning disabilties
Insights into the neurobiology behind various learning issues – How learning is hindered & how to improve learning.
This one hour program provides insights into the neurobiology behind various learning difficulties and how learning may be hindered in the brain, thereby allowing parents and teachers to make better decisions and judgments on appropriate teaching methodologies for children with learning difficulties.
The program is based on the unique REMINDS framework. That is, REMINDS is our company name and acronym for the unique REMINDS approach to learning difficulties:
R - Research (The neurobiology behind various learning difficulties)
E - Evaluating Test Results
M - Medical
I - In the Home
N - Negotiating Treatments and Therapies
D - Delivery on Academics
S - Savouring Successes
This program will discuss each of these factors in the REMINDS framework.
What am I going to get from this course?
This program has sound.
An interest and commitment in assisting children with learning difficulties to reach their full potential
A desire to learn WHY children children with learning difficulties are not learning optimally in order to learn HOW to assist them.
Teachers and parents of children with learning disabilities/difficulties.
Teacher aides, special education teachers
Section 1: Welcome
Section 2: The reminds framework for learning difficulties
Section 3: R - research
Section 4: E - evaluating test results
Section 5: M - medical
Section 6: I - in the home
Section 8: Negotiating treatments and therapies
Section 9:D - delivering on academics
Section 10 S - savouring successes
End of the program and further resources
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